Saturday, May 07, 2005

This is quite foul. The Motion Picture Association is trying to play its desire to maintain profitabilty as a social benefit by convincing the Scouts of Hong Kong to add a badge for Intellectual Property Protection. Companies have no morality, here that is proven again.

2 Comments:

Blogger JumpingPuddles said...

Perhaps i'm a corporate whore, but i do think that Film associations deserve IP protection (whether thru boy scout badges or not!). Unless you think that sharing the 'profits' of the film companies with the "12 for HK$100" piraters is justified as sort of redistribution of wealth in a communist sense, my vote is that the lesser of two evils would be the film cos.

But then again, i cant deny your last statement: companies have no morality.

7:49 AM  
Blogger nymphe said...

In the corporate world, Money and morality don't mix well together. Try water and oil, you might have better luck.

PS. Re ur comment, I ain't no snotty kid turned immature adult. I am the poster child turned evil. Hahah

12:05 AM  

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