There are a lot of critics out there…
But what does Apple have to say?
When problems in Apple’s supplier factories began appearing in the news, Apple upped its efforts at transparency. Part of this effort included the creation of a page designed to provide this information to its consumers, in Apple’s trademarked “accessible to everyone” format.
It is important to consider all the data available when learning about an issue, so I encourage you to visit the apple page and read their public message.
This is the introductory paragraph from Apple’s page on Labor and Human Rights:
Apple prohibits practices that threaten the rights of workers — even when local laws and customs permit such practices. We’ve taken action toward ending excessive recruitment fees, preventing the hiring of underage workers, and prohibiting discriminatory policies at our suppliers. And as the first technology company to be admitted to the…
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