Tuesday, June 13, 2006

Inside China's iPod sweat-shops

A British paper sent a reporter to "iPod City," the plant in Longhua, China, where iPods are assembled by women who earn $50/month for working 15 hour days.

The report claims Longhua's workers live in dormitories that house 100 people, and that visitors from the outside world are not permitted.

Read more of the story here at Macworld

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