Computers giant, Apple, has released information saying that the company discovered a dozen underage workers among their contractors in 2009. Underage workers were found at three different factories producing ipods, iphones, and laptops. The locations of the three factories have not been released - it is not even know whether or no they were in the United States. None of the workers were currently underage, but had all been hired at the age of fifteen, a year before they are legally allowed to work. Additionally, nearly 100 locations were found to be cheating their workers in some way - sixty locations have been overworking employees without the legal amount of time off per week, two dozen have been paying employees less than minimum wage, and another 60 weren't offering required benefits such as leave for illness or pregnancy. Apple has said that all these locations have been required to fix the violations, and that some will also be required to issue retroactive pay to employees.