As the complex web of supply chain logistics and licensing agreements make it difficult to ascertain whether a camera or its components are made in China. Buying these products might have a lot more consequence than cheaper prices. A recent Washington Times article recently stated that "the advisory from the State, Treasury, Commerce, and Homeland Security departments concerning supply chain risks related to products made employing forced labor by ethnic Uighurs and others imprisoned in China’s western Xinjiang province." It continued with,"The Chinese government is carrying out a campaign of mass repression in Xinjiang, targeting Uighurs, ethnic Kazakhs, ethnic Kyrgyz and members of other Muslim minority groups under the questionable rubric of counterterrorism, according to a State Department report on the issue." As also reported, a container ship from China contained 13 tons of human hair that is suspected of being from Uighur concentration camps. Today's social media blames and shames just about anything, so where's the outrage? Is it that it doesn't fit a particular agenda? Is it hypocrisy? Or simply, prices are too good to give a crap?