There has been much criticism of Apple and their Foxconn factory surrounding the release of the new iPhone. It seems that in the world of computer manufacturing that it is not un-common for work conditions in assembly factories to be less than ideal for it's employees. Are there known computer manufactures who uphold ethical standards similar to something like the Fair Trade standards?
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Umm... how about Apple computers?
A quote from the article you link (Emphasis mine):
So this report is part of the followup to the investigation that Apple ordered to make sure their suppliers "uphold ethical standards similar to something like the Fair Trade standards".
Apple has a very strict standards they hold their suppliers up to. They even publish a report about the working conditions of their suppliers and do not pull very many punches in it (But they do anonymize which companies they are talking about in the report).