|Cyber-Slavery at Amazon.com|
extends beyond warehouse locations
It's cyber-Monday, but if you're anything like I once was, you've already purchased more than a few gifts for this season from Amazon.com by now.
And why not? They seem like a great company, right? They deliver things quickly, they have the best prices and if something goes wrong, they fix it, right?
There is something seriously up with the news agencies in the United States. They report Amazon's response's to claims of slave conditions, but not the claims themselves, nor have they bothered to work the story that hard.
Then again, American news outlets are owned by a handful of names, and those names make more money off of us if we don't know about modern day slave conditions than if we do.
But that's where I come in. And that's where news programs like the BBC's Panorama come in