Ricoh New Zealand Support Share No Evil
Depriving terrorism and all forms of hate of the attention and publicity that it feeds on.
Ricoh New Zealand (Ricoh) are joining the Share No Evil movement to help ensure that sharing terrorist content becomes culturally unacceptable in Aotearoa.
“We are very proud to be supporting the Share No Evil movement. The response from all New Zealanders to the tragic events of March 15 has been incredible, and testament to the strength and generosity of all Kiwis,” says Ricoh New Zealand Managing Director, Mike Pollok
“By committing to Share No Evil, we can help to deprive terrorism and all forms of hate of the attention and publicity that it feeds on. During this tragic period in New Zealand history our focus should be on those who have been directly affected and their friends and family – doing whatever we can to support them.
The online Share No Evil tool allows users to block out the name of the Christchurch terrorist shooter’s name when browsing online using Chrome. The plugin will replace the name of the attacker with the words “Share no evil.”
“Ricoh is a company with a significant presence in New Zealand and we are proud to support and be associated with this movement.”
#ShareNoEvil is powered by people, supported by New Zealand businesses, and available for anyone to use.