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1 August 2006

[PDF] rapport complet: "Guide pour une hi-tech responsable"

Auteur: Greenpeace France

[classement, en ordre: Nokia, Dell, HP, Sony Ericsson (joint venture Sony & Ericsson), Samsung, Sony, LG Electronics, Panasonic (partie de Matsushita), Toshiba, Fujitsu Siemens Computers (joint venture Fujitsu & Siemens), Apple, Acer, Motorola,...

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19 July 2006
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Auteur: El Universal [México]

...en la fabricación de equipos de cómputo se utilizan materiales tóxicos...en México apenas 43% de mil un encuestados sabía que las computadoras y otros aparatos electrónicos contienen materiales peligrosos para la salud y el entorno...De acuerdo con....

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16 July 2006
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Auteur: Kathleen E. McLaughlin, San Francisco Chronicle

Weary workers...migrants in their own country...born poor in rural China...come to this manufacturing mecca to make the latest gadgets for the world - the iPods, cell phones and laptops that they can't afford...mega-factory complex of Foxconn...

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5 July 2006
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Auteur: Bill Baue, SocialFunds.com

In the past month, three major computer companies--Dell, HP, and Apple--have announced major upgrades to their recycling programs, with Dell's global policy leading the pack. However, for an industry known for rapid innovation, these new programs still...

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28 June 2006
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Auteur: Matt Slagle, AP

Consumers wanting to ditch old printers, personal computers or other electronics gear made by Dell Inc. will soon be able to recycle them for free, chairman Michael Dell announced Wednesday...The new recycling policy, already available in Europe, is...

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26 June 2006
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Auteur: China CSR

Foxconn, an original equipment manufacturer for Apple's iPod, has admitted that their employees work about 80 extra hours each month, which is against the law in China. According to Chinese labor laws, a company breaks the law if it asks employees to...

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16 June 2006
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Auteur: Perry Wu, ChinaTechNews.com [China]

Britain's Mail on Sunday newspaper last week said that workers in Chinese factories that produce the popular [Apple] iPod are poorly paid and not allowed access to outsiders...This article smacks of hyperbolic journalism...Visitors are not permitted...

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15 June 2006
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Auteur: Gregg Keizer, Techweb.com

Apple Computer...responded to charges over the weekend that a Taiwanese manufacturer of its iPod nano music player...Hon Hai Precision Industry Co. Ltd., better known by its Foxconn brand...was running sweat shop-style factories in mainland China...The...

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14 June 2006
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14 June 2006
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Auteur: BBC News

Apple is investigating a newspaper report that staff in some of its Chinese iPod factories work long hours for low pay and in "slave" conditions.

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