Here’s Daisey’s deep conclusion:
It is possible we will look back in a decade and know we couldn’t
have seen that this was the moment of Peak Apple because it is
always clearer in retrospect when something is past its peak.
Time will tell. It always does.
But the serious problem is that The Guardian ran this piece (in the Tech section, not Opinion, no less) without any sort of note alluding to the fact that Mike Daisey is a known fabulist who completely made up stories about labor abuses in Apple’s Chinese supply chain.
Mike Daisey doesn’t have zero credibility regarding Apple — he has negative credibility. He’s a liar.
Shame on The Guardian.
★ Monday, 2 November 2015