Facebook running a 21st century version of sweatshops as contractors keel over dead while other workers fear for their lives

(Natural News) In the late 1800s and early 1900s, many small tenement apartments inhabited by European immigrants often doubled as workplaces and living spaces. There, men and women toiled away as contractors for larger corporations, churning out clothing, parts, and other products. Wages were low and hours were long, but because they were immigrants and…

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