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Accountability Wiki, a wiki for consumers and workers
Welcome to Accountability Wiki!
A wiki for consumers and workers to track the good, bad, commendable, and reprehensible behavior of companies and other organizations.

This wiki's creation was inspired by the wide range of reactions by companies and other organizations around the world to the COVID-19 pandemic. While consumers and workers have long memories, wikis have even longer memories.

This wiki's basic goal is to inform consumers about greedy or other harmful actions being taken by organizations as well as the positive actions being taken.

You are welcome to add information about any organizations around the world. However, all information added must have a citation or it will be removed.

Disappointing

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Liberty University President Jerry Falwell, Jr. reopened their campus in Virginia on 24 March 2020 (WHO.svg+13 dayssrc). The university has been accused of unnecessarily putting their students, faculty, and staff in danger during the pandemic. The state of Virginia implemented a stay-at-home order on 30 March 2020 (WHO.svg+19 dayssrc).

Encouraging

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The McKesson Corporation foresaw potential medical supply constraints as early as June 2019 sending a letter to the United States Federal Government on 17 June 2019 (WHO.svg−268 dayssrc) that new levies on gloves, face masks and other personal protective equipment would lead to increased costs, product shortages and "disruptions to patient care." The company has since become a founding collaborator of Project Airbridge, a joint effort to expedite manufacturing, sourcing, and distribution of personal protective equipment and COVID-19 treatments.