On 2/16/06, David O'Callaghan <david.ocallaghan at gmail.com> wrote:
> "The market" is amoral at best and in practice often highly immoral.
> Why should those who have a complaint about the behaviour of a company
> be restricted to pursuing the complaint within the very structure that
> produced the immoral behaviour?
> If a publicly traded company started dumping toxic sludge over your
> garden wall would your first move be to buy a couple of shares?!
Apples and oranges.
Dumping toxic waste over my garden wall is illegal, and there are
other more effective recourses than buying shares.
What Google are doing in China *may* be immoral (though I don't think
it is) but it's certainly not illegal,
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