Apple lovers everywhere can rejoice knowing that their beloved company is now accused of mass producing iPods in sweashops. Enjoy...
From the BBC:
Apple is investigating a newspaper report that staff in some of its Chinese iPod factories work long hours for low pay and in "slave" conditions.
The article in the Mail on Sunday alleged that workers received as little as £27 a month, doing 15-hour shifts making the iconic mp3 player.
Employees at the factory lived in dormitories housing 100 people and outsiders were banned, the paper said.
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By: Eva Rubenov - Published: Jun 15, 2006 • References: news.bbc