So many people have iphones and and they are fantastic things, but do we "deserve" to get them so cheap, when the low price is determined by near slavery of the factory workers making them? They are not essential devices for most suburban dwellers and we'd probably be better off excercising our brains more not less. There's no good reason why we can't learn to find our way across town by using our map reading skills or memory, rather than satellite guidance for instance.
Has western culture moved on from the days when Africans were transported as slaves? I don't think so. Instead, we tolerate slavery abroad because its convenient for our sense of injustice to halt at our national border.
Have you any thoughts about modern day slavery? If so I'd like to hear them.http://www.theage.com.au/technology/tec ... 3756035431http://annares.wordpress.com/2010/05/09 ... -sickness/