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1 April 2009

Fujitsu Siemens Computers does not take responsibility for labor rights violations in their supply chain in China

Author: SACOM (Hong Kong) and WEED (Germany)

... following the release of "The Dark Side of Cyberspace Report" in December 2008…On March 24, 2009, top-level management from Compeq, Compal Electronics, Dell and SACOM met…SACOM was impressed by these stakeholders’ strong commitment to continuously...

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16 December 2008

Human Rights Group Condemns Computer Manufacturers [China]

Author: Hannes Koch, Der Speigel [Germany]

… Sacom…interviewed workers…at two computer parts suppliers in…Guandong. According to Sacom and…Weed, the results are alarming. "Working hours total up to 370 hours per month," Sacom researcher Jenny Chan said…Excelsior Electronics [part of PC Partner...

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1 December 2008

China: NGOs criticise Excelsior Electronics and buyer Fujitsu Siemens for weak responses to report of factory labour abuses

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1 December 2008

[PDF] "Dark Side of Cyberspace: Inside the Sweatshops of China's Computer Hardware Production"

Author: SACOM (Hong Kong) and WEED (Germany)

...The study is based on 45 interviews conducted with employees of two suppliers of well-known computer companies. It paints an alarming picture of the working conditions in this industry.In the cases of...Compeq Technology (supplier of Dell, Lenovo,...

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13 February 2007

[PDF] full report: "Cutting Edge Contamination - A Study of Environmental Pollution During the Manufacture of Electronic Products"

Author: Brigden, K., Labunska, I., Santillo, D.,Walters, A., Greenpeace Intl.

[facilities investigated for the report owned by: Compeq, Fortune, Elec & Eltek, Fortune, Navanakorn, Bangpa-in, Hi-Tech, KCE Rojana, PCTT Gateway Business Park, On Semicon, Cavite Export Processing Zone, Kemet, Sanyo Video, Sony, Parque Integral ...

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8 February 2007

Greenpeace report says manufacture of electronic products in China, Mexico, Philippines & Thailand is contaminating rivers & wells

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8 February 2007

High-Tech industry contaminating rivers and underground water in Asia and Mexico

Author: Greenpeace Intl.

The [Greenpeace] report [‘Cutting Edge Contamination: A study of environmental pollution during the manufacture of electronic products’] shows that some of the electronics industries’ biggest brands, and their suppliers, are contaminating rivers and...

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