Can you eat meat you buy from the store?
Both grass fed beef and free range chicken are available in many areas.
Can you flip on the light switch in your home and consume electricity?
Many electric companies are offering sustainable options, wind power is gaining prominence, and solar cell panels are reaching a price parity with liquid fossil fuels.
All these things show what can be done with consumer and society pressure. While the solutions are not perfect (e.g. cost) an increasing awareness is clearly apparent. The point of this story is that consumer electronics is a black hole that no one really cares about.
That said, there are mentions of supply chain problems in the trade publications, and there will be increasing public awareness in light of the recent problems with widespread electronic part counterfeiting.
There has been news stories about working conditions at the large manufacturer Foxconn.
So while electronics may be escaping scrutiny for the moment, awareness does lead to alternatives, if not change in order to remain competitive.
As a suggestion to somewhat mitigate these problems, a consumer can find information about some electronics (e.g. things made in South Korea and Taiwan might be a better choice might than China). Also, buying something used locally will partially displace the effects of a possible new purchase.
And finally, no matter what you think about current politics, write your representatives about these problems.