"This policy is line with many other clothing, shoe and electronic stores who are also facing the same issue."
I'm wondering just how common this practice is. It has to be one of the worst business idea I have ever heard, it seems unlikely that many businesses would be that stupid to do it.
In a world where publicity and word of mouth advertising dominate, it seems baffling to ban people from giving your "product" free publicity.
The worst was the Olympics. It is an event that is supposed to evoke an image of being shared by the world, when in fact it's own by a couple of media companies.
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