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RE: In my opinion there can be no ethical harmony between advertising and reviewing.


I've said this several times over the years. There's this misguided notion that somehow advertising is the only route to corruption. How much corruption do you know of that simply done through payoffs? You know, an envelope of cash handed over in a dark alley or room. Looks worldwide in any industry or occupation. Happens all the time.

Seriously, anyone who thinks that someone who doesn't take advertising is going to be corruption-free is living in a dreamland. If someone is going t be bought and paid for, they'll get their hands on the cash any way they can.

Doug Schneider

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