Find your slavery footprint at slaveryfootprint.org.
Then ask yourself if you ought to use or boycott these products.
(Link seems a little buggy but site just launched.)
[NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- Was your smartphone made in a sweatshop? Were those diapers made by slaves? Were children in another country forced to put that stitching in your designer jeans?
Consumers will be able to find out after the debut Thursday of a new app and website that measure the forced labor in everyday products.
Created by the U.S. State Department and a watchdog group, the free app and website will make consumers aware of their "slavery footprint."
"This is a new way to create awareness about the issue of modern slavery and empower consumers," said Ambassador Luis CdeBaca, director of the State Department's Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons. "If we can do carbon footprints, why not slavery footprints?"]