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The Dark Side of User Generated Content


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The user is not your monkey. Let the brand beware/

The user is not your monkey. Let the brand beware/

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  • now in UK
  • > don't you hate adverts that make green claims which aren't true? like, say, hsbc's? if only someone could fix them... @greenpeaceuk Greenpeace UK HSBC adverts are just greenwash, so why not make your own? > Our Kit Kat advert was instrumental in changing Nestlé's forest policy - now you can do the same with HSBC. We'd like to show the best ones at Glastonbury >
  • Nestlé, maker of Kit Kat, uses palm oil from companies that are trashing Indonesian rainforests, threatening the livelihoods of local people and pushing orang-utans towards extinction. We all deserve to have a break - but having one shouldn't involve taking a bite out of Indonesia's precious rainforests. We're asking Nestlé to give rainforests and orang-utans a break and stop buying palm oil from destroyed forests.
  • Angry fans swarm Nestle's Facebook page in response to Greenpeace palm oil campaign
  • Friend @ whoisjoncain made this Oil Bird profile pic for me. You can download it from his flickr page. #savethegulf
  • $25 All proceeds from these satirical shirts will be given to
  • Miles Kurland
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  • > The U.K. arm of the environmental group Greenpeace started a logo redesign contest for BP in the wake of the company's massive oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. The results? Predictably passive aggressive.The contest stems from a Greenpeace takeover of the logo hanging from the facade of BP's London headquarters last week.
  • Creative agency Jess3 has developed a Firefox plugin that aims to black out all mentions of BP (British Petroleum) across the web.
  • >> BP is not feeling the pain they are causing in the Gulf. BP is spending millions on PR. In order to put a bit of public pressure on them, we plan to buy 100 vuvuzelas and hire 100 vuvuzela players off Craigslist to play in front of BP's International Headquarters in London for a one-day flash mob. >
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