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Want to watch an iPad being born at the hands of migrant workers in China’s Foxconn mega-complex? Of course you do. Who would want to watch that cute bundle of your money become a high tech piece of computer hardware? Foxconn, a massive production facility in China, is the birthplace of many Apple iPads every [...] No related posts.
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