[QUOTE]It was up to Apple. Nobody ask me if I allow them to inspect the supermarket where I shop. Whatever agreement Apple had with Fowconn, it gave Apple rights over the space where the manufacturing was done.[\QUOTE]
How? I have had experience in having things manufactured by another company(s0 and I was never granted any rights as to working conditions or anything else other than my product and the price I was paying.
And the fact that no-one asked you if you allowed them to inspect the supermarket (I must assume you own the supermarket or why would they ask your permission to inspect it) seems a tad odd as I never implied the supermarket(s) were at fault. I am at fault for buying things I know are manufactured, produced under inhumane conditions when there are other options I can probably afford.
Not in any way implying that you could afford to do the same or should inconvenience yourself in any way. Your choice entirely and I am sorry if you felt my post was in any way a personal statement against you.