We take our ethical and legal obligations seriously and we are fully committed to a work environment, customer base and supply chain that is free from slavery and human trafficking. This policy and related policies provide a framework to guide our ethics and business practices. While we cannot monitor how every customer may use their digital ID, it is our policy to reject and/or disable any business who produces a credential for a sex worker even if the practice is legal in the country of issuance. This step is the most effective method to prevent slavery and human trafficking from entering our ecosystem and supply chain. We use commercially reasonable efforts to perform the appropriate due diligence and risk assessments on our customers to help ensure their compliance with this policy.
We do not manufacture our products in factories and do not have suppliers in a traditional sense. We do require that all of our suppliers and partners comply with local law, including, but not limited to, employment laws, anti-corruption laws and any other laws that regulate how people work. We use commercially reasonable efforts to perform the appropriate due diligence and risk assessments on businesses we work with to help ensure their compliance with laws.
In publishing this Modern Slavery Act Statement, we commit to an ecosystem, work environment and supply chain that is free from slavery and human trafficking.
June 8, 2018