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aVOID Plug-In Blocks Out Clothing Products Online Made By Child Laborers

Author: Huffington Post [USA], Published on: 9 August 2012

A recently-launched internet plug-in called aVOID blocks out items produced by brands known to employ child laborers. The software uses data gathered from users and the advocacy group Active Against Child Labor and hit 1 million products (and counting) for consumers to avoid in its first week...The plug-in...scours brands sold on Asos, Yoox, Amazon, Target, Macys, Zalando, Google Shopping, Frontlineshop and Otto...Across the globe, an estimated 215 million children under the age of 15 are forced to work in sweatshops, deprived of education and are often subjected to physical and emotional abuse, according to the International Labour Organization.

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Related companies: Amazon.com Google (part of Alphabet) Macy's Otto Target