Gridwalker, what kind of computer did you type this on?
Because if it has a motherboard, a video card, or a display, it was likely assembled in Foxconn. Just curious because if it is Acer, Amazon, Apple, ASRock, Asus, Barnes & Noble (Nook), Cisco (Linksys), Dell, EVGA, Intel, IBM, Lenovo, Microsoft, MSI, Motorola, Netgear, Nintendo, Nokia, Panansonic, Samsung, Sharp, Sony Ericsson, or Vizio it was made in the same factories.
Also, Foxconn is an assmbler. They don't make components. They assemble them into devices.
Apple is the only one in that list other than Nokia to actively work to improve conditions and pay in these factories. Its too bad that all the negative media doesn't actually look past the words 'Chinese labor'.http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2012-01-1 ... cides.html
They have been regularly auditing their operations for years, but now pay someone else to do it completely open and transparently.
Just saying you might want to rething or reposition your boycott, or stop using electronics.
If you have managed to source an entire computer not made from Foxconn at all, then I am impressed to say the least as it is not easy to do and requires actively hunting the parts down.