Australian Television program "Four Corners" investigates Apple's broken promises

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  1. the8thark macrumors 68040

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    Australian Television program "Four Corners" investigates Apple's broken promises

    http://www.abc.net.au/4corners/stories/2015/03/02/4187424.htm

    You can read about the story there. And here's when the show airs in Australia.
    The TLDR is basically this:
    Four Corners didn't read this link:
    http://www.apple.com/au/supplier-responsibility/
    And the TV program believes that Apple should be responsible for workers from other people's companies (like Foxconn and others). Apple has zero responsibility there but even still Apple still tries really hard to improve these workers lives.

    And the funny part is the article (and I assume the TV program when it airs today) will not go into the Apple retail conditions. These people are actually employed by Apple but I am sure will be forgotten.
     
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