Apple, Google, Microsoft, Dell and Tesla are sued over alleged child labor in Congo
18 Dec 2019 — #GroupThink
An international advocacy group has accused Apple, Google, Microsoft, Dell and Tesla of "knowingly benefiting from" the use of young children to mine cobalt in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Apple, Google, Microsoft, Tesla and Dell sued over child-mined cobalt from Africa https://t.co/AOCyFn88YI— LeTonya Moore. Esq. (@LeTonyaMoore) December 18, 2019
Some of the biggest technology firms in the US - including Apple, Tesla and Microsoft - have been accused in a lawsuit of complicity in the death and maiming of hundreds, if not thousands of African children who mine cobalt. https://t.co/1hrRbboY2E pic.twitter.com/E5jvC2LXjP— CBS This Morning (@CBSThisMorning) December 17, 2019
Top tech firms sued over DR Congo cobalt mining deaths https://t.co/nYPL040L9Y— BBC News (World) (@BBCWorld) December 16, 2019
Top technology companies Apple, Google, Microsoft, Dell and Tesla have been sued for “knowingly benefiting from” the exploitation of children in the cobalt mines of Congo. #laptop https://t.co/MjmndXUU6N pic.twitter.com/cydwPndTEu— Passionate Tech (@_passionatetech) December 18, 2019
Apple, Google, Tesla, Microsoft and Dell are accused of exploiting child labor in the Democratic Republic of Congo https://t.co/wz68gPs5iH— Daily Mail US (@DailyMail) December 16, 2019