iPhones pay off family in “suicide” case
July 29, 2009 § 1 Comment
Can you believe this??? The iphones have now forced their own manufacturers to pay off the family of the kid they wacked! It seems to me that maybe they think he may have gotten a message off to his family about the iPhone take over before they broke his hands with nut crackers. So, they’ve now paid them for their silence…sigh…already so human…this is not good people.
The Taiwanese employer of a young Chinese man who killed himself after being interrogated over a missing iPhone prototype has agreed to pay compensation to his family, a company executive said Tuesday.
The man, Sun Danyong, 25, jumped from his high-rise apartment in southern China last week after executives of Foxconn Technology Group questioned him about the whereabouts of an iPhone model that had been in his possession.
The suicide cast unwelcome attention on Apple’s culture of secrecy, which tries to create a big prerelease buzz about the company’s products and upgrades. Apple is also a constant target of prying journalists, rabidly faithful customers and competitors who want an early peek at its latest gadgets.
A Foxconn executive in Taipei said Tuesday the company would pay Sun’s parents a lump sum of 360,000 renminbi ($52,600), plus 30,000 renminbi every year as long as either of them remained alive.
Lies, deceit, pay-offs, violence and a just overall F’ed up moral compass it’s like the iPhones have chosen to model their A.I. programming after a politician (drum bit after a hilarious joke here).
Watching the Terminator series tonight as research on how to save the world,