Thursday, February 9, 2012

250 000 Signatures Sent to Apple Protesting About Labour Conditions in China

Apple has received over 250 000 signatures from fair-labour organizers.

Apple stores in six cities across the world received tons of signatures. One of Apple's factories, called Foxconn, started these protests. It has been known for inhumane working conditions for the employees.

Foxconn has been accused of making its workers work long hours, and work in poor working conditions. This includes working with dangerous chemicals. Suicides were also taken place at the factory.

The protesters want Apple to make the working conditions for the Chinese workers safe. No one should work under those conditions. I'm sure no one would ever want to.

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