Apple, Foxconn Violated Chinese Labor Laws to Produce New iPhones [Report]

Apple, Foxconn Violated Chinese Labor Laws to Produce New iPhones [Report]

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IKnowRight - September 10, 2019 at 1:44am
It’s easy. If you don’t want it don’t buy it.
1reader - September 9, 2019 at 7:48pm
Tomorrow we should see another “floop” from Apple. We better save our money for 2020 model.
NoGoodNick - September 9, 2019 at 5:55pm
Man, Apple continues taking a beating on all fronts, and they’re ALL unforced errors, from ignoring their own safety and workplace rules, to overpricing their prices as purchases plummet.
1reader - September 9, 2019 at 5:59pm
It’s Tim in leadership that’s why.
YoMommaSamSung - September 9, 2019 at 5:43pm
This doesn’t surprise me! There are always going to be sweat shops around the world. Companies exploited countries that are not develop and are in poverty. Even Apple is not immune to this situation but the catalyst of a bigger problem. Telling a little white lie is still a lie. ???
Ace - September 9, 2019 at 4:47pm
Tim Crook.
NoGoodNick - September 9, 2019 at 6:00pm
Sorry, but ‘crooks’ are usually petty criminals who inflict limited damage. This is widespread abuse and corruption on an international level, affecting millions. Cook should be charged with international non-war, workplace/humanitarian crimes. Apple is all talk (about its supposed morals, but ZERO follow through on anything!
1reader - September 9, 2019 at 4:27pm
But they work closely with Foxconn to remedy this, in other words after they get enough money out of this they will probably move to a different country/location and when they really need to stop this practice then they will make automations (just like here in the South when they invented the picker).
1reader - September 9, 2019 at 4:23pm
Yeah they talk high here about peoples rights and they are making their products with poor rights. 100h overtime?! That’s almost 65 working hours per week, hmmm, sounds like slavery and let’s not think how they acquire materials for screen and batteries ... just google it, so that people all over the world who can afford them (thousands of $ for 1 item) feel special or they can boost about them. Again sounds like slavery. In other words they are the slave owners in China and probably India, Africa and few other countries.
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