• Social Impact

  • Dolby Cares

    Visit the Dolby Cares webpage to discover how Dolby and Dolby employees bring art and science together to inspire the next generation of innovators and address the most critical needs in the communities we call home.

  • Conflict Minerals

    • At Dolby, we believe ethical business practices are the only business practices. We are aware of the conflict minerals requirements associated with the Dodd-Frank Act and we are actively engaged within our business to meet these requirements. While Dolby's business is unique and our business activities are far removed from mines and smelters, we have allocated resources within our organization to assess our supply chain and assure our compliance to these obligations. We are working within industry organizations such as the RMI and IPC to stay abreast of industry developments on this topic and to potentially help shape industry's response.

      Please see our Conflict Minerals Policy: Dolby Conflict Minerals Policy.

      Our Conflict Materials SEC Filing: Dolby Form SD and CMR.

  • Modern Slavery Act Transparency Statement

    • At Dolby, we believe in conducting business around the globe in a legal and ethical manner. We expect the companies we do business with to share our commitment. The U.K. Modern Slavery Act of 2015 requires certain businesses to disclose efforts to prevent or otherwise eradicate slavery and human trafficking from their supply chains. Dolby is committed to complying with these laws and has taken steps to ensure modern slavery and human trafficking do not play a role in our business.

      Read the current Modern Slavery Act Transparency Statement.