Tell Apple: Stop Slavery Practices at Foxconn's Manufactories

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daniel hignell
9 years ago
I have used apple products for over 10 years. I am aware of the annoyance it would cause me to change to a different set of products - to go to windows, for instance, and have to contend with their vastly inferior operating systems. I am also aware, however, of my moral obligation. And when I muse upon that for even a moment, I soon realize how trifling such annoyance would seem in context.

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Willis Hill
9 years ago
Stop comparing free American labor to Chinese virtual slaves.

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Weilun Chao
9 years ago
Slavery practice is entirely immoral. Apple, which used to be proud of their US made products, has been delusional about their success. I will not buy its products and will encourage others to do the same until they *eliminate* the slavery practice. On the other hand, they will win my support if they bring the manufacturing back to US and make the products in ethical and environmentally responsible ways.

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joan piccalo
9 years ago
because this is wrong. and because americans need to know that our purchases are votes, approvals, and expressions of our morals and beliefs.

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Lenny Allen
9 years ago
Bring the jobs back and take less of those excessive profits, shameful!

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viviana lorena
9 years ago
por que no existe el acto de amabilidad insignificante, todo acto crea una onda expansiva que no podemos cuantificar

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Charis Tsevis
9 years ago
Because Apple has to change the status quo once again.

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Molly Reitman
9 years ago
My guilt for even owning an Apple product is overwhelming when faced with these reports. This is the least I can do.

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Ariadne Condon
9 years ago
I own a Mac Apple had a strong a user friendly ethos I assumed foolishly it applied to corporate behaviour. Not for slave workers though - nothing friendly there.

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D P
9 years ago
Just another example of how the rich (who can afford all the fancy gadgets) profit off the poor. Shades of Theodore Dreiser!