@BartG95 Yeah, @Purism dares to tackle an important issue. And as Todd writes in the last lines, the result will be a phone that protects its user in a certain way. But unfortunately, it will still be far from ethical electronics since it will obviously fail to protect employees down the supply chain neither does it solve any of the environmental problems connected with today's electronics. @todd, what will you do to protect your children from the climate crisis we're in?

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@attac_hl @BartG95 @Purism in the typical "you're moving mountains, move *insert-mountain-here* mountain too." our overall plan that we continue to move mountains on is generalized as "iterate, gain leverage, use that leverage to better society." So to your question, and all related questions, we are getting there in our marathon goal where every step improves society.

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