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You may have seen The Crooked E last night on CBS. The Enron fiasco last year really made big news. But, did you know that Nike is now arguing in California courts that it has, what it calls,
the right to lie? That’s right. You see, California has this law that
forbids corporations from intentionally deceiving people in their commercial statements. Apparently, Nike violated this law in its commercials, so consumer advocate Marc Kasky sued them.
(Thanks to Eric Meyer for the link.)
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