In the Democratic Republic of the Congo, children as young as 10 climb into holes barely wider than their bodies. They spend hours there, digging out tiny chunks of cobalt to be used in cell phone batteries. All for $2 a day.
Dozens have died or suffered catastrophic injuries but Apple, Google, and other tech giants just say it’s not their problem.
The families of these children say otherwise and are suing Big Tech for damages. But these billion-dollar companies have the most expensive lawyers working around the clock to get the case dismissed.
We’ve already started to help them fight this case -- can you chip in and help make sure not one more child dies for an iPhone?