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Companies don't want you to defend them, let their attorneys do


The ones at the best possible place to do more would be the assumed great cops by no more staying quiet and enabling bad cops to eliminate their abuse of power or voting for better leadership for their marriages that won't enable the Madden 21 coins behavior. However, of course it's just words. Businesses will only ever do these things once public opinion has turned into one way. Since after decades of corporations doing things for the wrong reason, people are extremely cynical. Even if all businesses stopped doing things wrong, it'll take a longlong time for that image of corporate America to lose its tarnish. Part of what we might do is elect politicians that at least promise that they'll hold these corporations accountable. It probably wont happen by itself. This could be a lot easier if someone like that could run for office .

Because no matter this sentiment, this remains 100% a business and marketing maneuver. If they really wanted to do something positive, they can do it without marketing their products while doing this. As it's not genuine. This is not any different than the coronavirus advertisements. They could have said nothing in any way. That is good. Solidarity or else they realize a decent chunk of the audience is obsessed with something more significant than a damn videogame? Man. These comments really emphasize the nihilistic nature of reddit users. Yes, this is a company. Yes, it's something to do with advertising. But Jesus, can't we be happy that companies are saying something? Do you not know how much of an effect this could make? If the firm ignored the circumstance, it might give every checked out mind the concept that what is happening is ordinary and routine.

EA doesn't care for people that are not investors. Removing Kaepernick's name from tunes in Madden 2 years in a row reveals it. Companies don't need you to defend themlet their lawyers do this work. EDIT: Let me be clear. I am all for calling a spade a spade and being happy when I am surprised by something like this. But we shouldn't praise a business for reaching the absolute bare minimum. It feels just like throwing a party for when your friend says"Hey guys I'm not racist" after he said the N word a year ago. We ought to praise firms who show patterns of positivity. Feel free to disagree, but please don't act like this specific case is this incredibly complicated morally-grey situation. I mean I believed there were fairly strict regulations whose names and likeliness may be utilized in Madden. Like Belicheck and Payton are not in Madden since they aren't a part of the NFLCA and that is who EA has a contract with. They might have to cover Kap if his title is utilized and therefore are probably avoiding that. That and Kap is not just welcome in the NFL world (not speaking about lovers ) anymore.

They both backpeddled and apologized when they were called out. They do not have rights to Kap's likeness from the game but they can mention him in the tune (just as they have plenty of additional people figures in other songs). The simple fact that they did this 2 years in a row suggests it was not an innocent oversight but a genuine decision to collaborate with a fundamentally racist act of collusion within the NFL. I am not defending a provider. I am not saying EA is a bastion of social justice. Many people generally (not just reddit) can't see past black and white. That is why negativity floats to the top in most social media. Cynicism inspires outrage and outrage inspires clicks. That is why negativity floats to the top in most social websites. This is a major factor. Youtube for one has done research, because it is a huge portion of their company and they would like to understand it. There's been testimony to congress about it that I've watched but can not find right now. What they need is participation and the more negatively framed something is the more people will click it as it comes up on your recommendations.

Companies don't want you to defend them, let their attorneys do that work. "Companies don't need you to defend them", but somehow attacking businesses when they are doing the right thing is necessary and productive?It doesn't matter whether it is for PR reasons, they're still raising awareness to this problem and hurting nobody by doing this process. Meanwhile the men and women who see this as an opportunity to attack are only perpetuating a negative feeling of continuous whining. It's not so much about"defending companies" but about cheap Madden nfl 21 coins attacking this naturally negativity. So you're really just adding to the man's debate by doing exactly what he described. They are not doing anything though. They simply published a statement full of empty rhetoric. You understand what doing something is? Not making another Madden game because the NFL penalized players like Kaepernick for taking a knee. That would be remarkable. However, we all know that's not what's going to happen.


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