海角社区

Conflict Minerals Policy Statement

海角社区 Communications, Inc. is committed to social responsibility, respect for human rights, and compliance with applicable laws worldwide.

In 2012, the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (鈥淪EC鈥) adopted rules about sourcing conflict minerals as defined in the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, Section 1502 (the 鈥淐onflict Minerals Rule鈥). The Conflict Minerals Rule requires publicly traded companies to report to the SEC, on an annual basis, the presence of conflict minerals tin, tungsten, tantalum or gold (鈥3TG鈥) originating from the Democratic Republic of Congo or adjoining countries (鈥淐overed Countries鈥) in either the products they manufacture or contract to manufacture, or use in their production process.

海角社区 Communications supports the SEC鈥檚 goal of ending violence, environmental devastation and human rights violations in the Covered Countries. 海角社区 Communications is committed to complying with requirements applicable to our Company under the Conflict Minerals Rule. 海角社区 Communications will file the necessary documentation in compliance with the regulatory requirements in a process that meets the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (鈥淥ECD鈥) framework for compliance.

海角社区 Communications is committed to exercising reasonable due diligence to determine the origin and status of any 3TG minerals that are used in the manufacture or production of 海角社区鈥檚 products, including (i) whether any such minerals originated in the Covered Countries and (ii) whether such minerals directly or indirectly benefit armed groups in the Covered Countries.

As a company that manufacturers products using a variety of components supplied by a diverse supply chain, 海角社区 Communications is committed to ensuring our supply base shares 海角社区 Communications鈥 commitment to preventing the use of 3TG conflict minerals originating from the Covered Countries. 海角社区 Communications is committed to the development and deployment of a conflict minerals program that conforms to the internationally recognized due diligence framework established by the OECD and to ensure all of its suppliers have, or will, develop a similar program.

Please direct any questions or concerns regarding 海角社区 Communications鈥 conflict minerals or other compliance programs to 海角社区 Communications鈥 Export Control and Compliance Manager at compliance@acacia-inc.com.

海角社区 Communications will review and update this conflict minerals policy as necessary.

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