The Internet makes our world seem smaller in some ways. But in others ways, the lives of humans remain amazingly remote from one another. Consider the distance between the seafood on your plate and the people who may have caught it; between your dinner and men in cages, whippings with toxic stingray tails, and 22 hour workdays. Three reporters from AP spent a year investigating how a “web of connections separates the fish we eat from the men who catch it, and obscures a brutal truth: Your seafood may come from slaves.”

+ And from MoJo: The people who pick your organic strawberries have had it with rat-infested camps.