The Center for Public Integrity

"Reveal" investigates the toxic cost of tech in America

Sep 15, 2015
Credit: Maryam Jameel / The Center for Public Integrity

In 1975, when she was 18 years old, Yvette Flores got her first job. She helped assemble delicate parts to make some of the first supermarket checkout scanners. When her son Mark was born five years later, he had severe disabilities.