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Monday, August 04, 2014


moises benmuhar

The advantage of the internet with social webs is that information could be provided to anyone(in a democracy) but when misrable interests try to stop that by sometype of legal
or legalistic attempts. We must raise HELL against the perpetrator then not only by written words in blogs but denouncing the PARTY IN QUESTION AND ALSO BY CALLING A BOYCOTT ON THEM. ALSO SOME TYPE OF SABOTAGE THAT WILL HELP TO HARM THE "REPUDIABLE REPUTATION" The best thing for the offended party is to acknowledge the happening with a promise to correct and to take positive steps towards a better relation with customers.

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