Liberty Broadband’s Board of Directors and leadership team lead with principle and integrity and expect each of the Liberty companies to do the same. This means aligning their business strategies with the long-term interests of all their stakeholders, including customers, employees, regulators, and the general public.
Integrity comes through the products and services the Liberty businesses provide, as well as how we provide them. We focus on thoughtful risk oversight and ethical business practices, including extensive data security and privacy protection, robust anti-corruption and anti-bribery policies, responsible and inclusive product offerings, disciplined management of competitive behavior, and prudent financial management practices.
Ethics & Integrity in Action
GCI is the most comprehensive communications network in the state of Alaska, providing superior telecom services, even to the most remote regions as it connects health corporations, school districts, Alaska Native organizations, and other vital entities in rural Alaska. The infrastructure required to maintain this connectivity is unlike anywhere else in the U.S., and GCI employs nearly 50 rural-based tower climbers and nearly 200 remote village agents and technicians to service the communities they live in and know best. GCI’s Aleutians Fiber Project epitomizes GCI’s commitment to bridging the digital divide and bringing digital equity to some of the most remote communities in the nation.
Learn More Here
Liberty supports Charter Communications in its commitment to protecting its customers’ privacy. This includes not only Charter’s robust set of privacy policies, security and privacy governance, and regular evaluation and audit of its cybersecurity programs, but also its privacy customer offerings, such as its Advanced Home WiFi platform, that provides customers with detailed visibility and control over connected devices on their home networks.
Liberty Family of Companies
Liberty Broadband has overlapping management with Liberty Media Corporation, Qurate Retail, Inc., and Liberty TripAdvisor Holdings, Inc. Through these relationships, sharing best practices and learnings, and leveraging our collective scale, we – and they – can further advance our respective sustainability and stewardship missions.
SiriusXM is committed to providing listeners access to diverse programming that represents a wide range of backgrounds, lifestyles, opinions and viewpoints.
Project Amplify identifies and elevates original programming from diverse viewpoints and targets historically underserved audiences. The program provides a national platform to new voices and connects millions of subscribers with new opportunities to discover diverse content. The program, which launched in 2008 in connection with the merger of Sirius and XM and was previously known as the Qualified Entity Program, continues to play an important role in reaching new audiences, connecting with fans, and providing the soundtrack to our days.
Commitment to Public Safety
For nearly two decades SiriusXM has been helping FEMA and other federal, state and local officials to provide critical public services in emergencies and natural disasters. From volunteering to help following the 2010 earthquake in Haiti, to making The Weather Channel free to all via satellite radios during domestic weather disasters, including Hurricanes Florence, Harvey and Irma, there’s a reason SiriusXM has been recognized by FEMA as a “Valued Partner.”
Qurate Retail Group has set rigorous standards around business ethics, product sourcing, and quality—for itself and its partners—and has elevated training and oversight to further enhance compliance, and enable it to provide products that its customers, vendors, and team members can feel good about. The company’s Global Sourcing Social Responsibility program is built around proactive, regular audits of all factories for proprietary products and most factories for vendor products, covering issues such as forced labor, human trafficking, child labor, workers’ rights and worker safety. The company’s cross-functional Critical Products Committee maintains product standards based on consumer, market and regulatory trends, and the Global Quality Assurance team deploys industry-standard practices across markets to ensure the delivery of high-quality products.
Formula 1 is committed to doing business in an ethical manner. Its Anti-Bribery Principles reflect the behaviors and principles required to support this commitment, and F1 requires that all third parties with whom F1 does business agree to act in accordance with those principles at all times.