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My search for a smartphone that is not soaked in blood | George Monbiot

www.guardian.co.uk
Phone companies do too little to ensure the minerals they use are conflict-free. Here's what you can do to hold them to accountIf you are too well connected, you stop thinking. The clamour, the immediacy, the tendency to absorb other people's thoughts, interrupt the deep abstraction required to find your...
My search for a smartphone that is not soaked in blood | George Monbiot
Apple drops 'uncomfortable' Sweatshop HD game from App Store

Silicon Sweatshops: Another black eye for Apple supplier

www.globalpost.com
Silicon Sweatshops: Another black eye for Apple supplier

A serious game about sweatshops ... you won't find it in Apple's App store | Simon Parkin

www.guardian.co.uk
Apple doesn't think tackling taboos can be the domain of video games. That's the message its ban on Sweatshop sends outOn 9 November, 1982, US surgeon general Dr Everett Koop gave a speech at the Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic in Pittsburgh, in which he challenged America to confront the...
A serious game about sweatshops ... you won't find it in Apple's App store | Simon Parkin

Time Magazine covers Hollywood’s VFX Sweatshops

motionographer.com
Time Magazine covers Hollywood’s VFX Sweatshops
Some Apple factories still 'sweatshops,' says Chinese watchdog group

Foxconn and Apple to split costs to improve factory conditions

arstechnica.com
Foxconn plans to improve labor conditions in its Chinese factories where iPhones and iPads are made, according to CEO Terry Gou, and Apple will reportedly share in the costs of making those improvements. "We've discovered that this [improving factory conditions] is not a cost. It is a competitive strength," Gou told...
Foxconn and Apple to split costs to improve factory conditions
NPR: Mike Daisey’s theatrical piece on Foxconn workers’ plight is mostly theatrics

Group plans disruptive protest tomorrow at Apple’s Grand Central Store over Foxconn conditions

9to5mac.com
Looks like Apple won’t be getting away easily this time as a petition over unethical working conditions at Foxconn factories blew up, turning into a real-world protest over Apple’s labor practices. Consumer groups SumOfUs and Change.org previously said that over 35,000 people signed their “Stop Worker Abuse” online petition...
Group plans disruptive protest tomorrow at Apple’s Grand Central Store over Foxconn conditions
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