Capitalandmain.nl published the article of Julianne Tveten: Who Will Clean Up Silicon Valley’s E-wasteland? She writes about the conditions that contribute to the production of e-waste, about the solutions and who is most responsible for reaching a…
A survey commissioned by Greenpeace shows that the majority of consumers think that phone manufacturers release too many new models. Almost half said that they agreed that companies should take more responsibility to support recycling….
Rankabrand has compared and ranked 19 electronics brands like Apple, Dell, HP, HTC, Huawei, Nintendo, Samsung. The questions used for ranking are categorised into three areas: Labour Conditions and Human Rights, Climate Change, and Ecology….
On 8 September, the GoodElectronics Network sent a letter to SONY, expressing its concerns over unjust treatment of migrant workers from Myanmar who have been working for SONY Malaysia in Bangi. On 8 September, the…
Last week, GoodElectronics wrote about an alarming situation in Malaysia, where 32 migrant workers from Myanmar lost their passports to their employer SONY. We are now informed that there’s a complaint filed with the Human…
China Labor Watch has published an investigative report that reveals major labour abuses at Quanta Shanghai Manufacturing City (QSMC), a supplier to brands like Sony, Apple, and Dell. QSMC is a subsidiary of Taiwan Quanta…
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