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Microsoft Mice Made in Chinese Youth Sweatshops?
An anonymous reader writes “The National Labor Committee offers an in-depth look into working conditions in Chinese sweatshops producing hardware (mice, etc.) for Microsoft, complete with pictures. Apparently, so called ‘work study students,’ 16 and 17 years of age, work 15-hour shifts, six and seven days a week, for around 65 cents per hour. Microsoft said it is taking the claims seriously and has ‘commenced an investigation.’”
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