“Ethical Facebook” for businesses

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pz-th-actics1.jpgActics.com is an online neworking site for “ethical” businesses.

Businesses that sign up choose to nominate themselves as expressing various corporate values and also describe how they embody them. Users, clients and investors then get to rate the businesseson these criteria.

The site’s meant to help individuals find businesses with values they share as well as provide businesses with a way to promote themselves and get feedback from their networked ‘stakeholders’.

Looks like an interesting project.

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