Originally, the SumOfUs.com "ethical iPhone" petition said: Now, it says: I appreciate they fixed the false inflammatory claims about n-hexane, but this update has several problems: Did the NGO notify its iPhone petition signers that the "neurotoxin" claim was false and ask signers if they wanted to remove themselves from the petition? The updated petition claims that isopropanol -- rubbing alcohol -- is a toxin. Really? Are these folk claiming that the liquid that's in millions of medicine cabinets is not safe? Have they looked at the ingredient list for Purell hand sanitizer? Do they have chemists on staff? If not, what is the source of their claim? The original petition asked for a safe alternative to the "neurotoxin". As far as I can tell, one has been found and was already in use, but that's not good enough for this organization. What chemical would they be happy with? SumOfUs claims to be an ethical watchdog, but they don't seem to be acting in an ethical fashion. Their original petition had false claims, and they are not holding themselves to account. Who is watching the watchmen?