To my mind, sensible  ethical marketing, whether online or otherwise, involves supporting  and promoting a business which is (i)  needed by people throughout the world, and (ii) operated by a company with a corporate philosophy which includes a genuine desire to serve people and to promote global prosperity. These principles are sound at the best of times. They are especially appropriate in the current global emergency following the Covid Pandemic.

There is some evidence to suggest that groups such as Extinction rebellion appear to have been infiltrated by some  extremists who seek to mobilise  to criticise capitalism, and who refuse to acknowledge that there are listed companies who mean it when they pursue policies which help people, whether by getting rid of their carbon foot-print or otherwise.

I am fortunate to have secured a position in a company which aims to launch a new product to the  public in 2021 by offering a wonderful product which meets the two principles I have set out above. This company has the added benefit of being listed on a major stock exchange thereby giving confidence to people throughout the world that the company will be properly regulated and fully compliant with law.

At the end of the day the purpose of law is to set out rules to protect each one of us in civil society and we can have full confidence in the product offered by the company of which I speak.

There has been much significant and justified criticism  of the way in which some major companies use our personal data for the profit of the companies. For instance, reference to Wikipedia enables us to see the substantial criticism that that has been made of the way in which Facebook uses our data. Facebook is not alone, of course, and it is not in the least surprising that  on June 29 India  banned 59 Chinese apps, including TikTok, We Chat and UC Browser, on the basis that  they were prejudicial to sovereignty, integrity and security of the country.

Again, as from tomorrow, the USA will ban any provision of service to distribute or maintain WeChat or TikTok mobile applications, constituent code, or application updates through an online mobile application store in the US, as confirmed by US National Security Advisor Robert O’Brien today ( see The Print). Protection of data is one of the reasons for the bans.

One of the major advantages of the listed company which aims to offer the new product to the public in 2021 is that users will know that  the company concerned  will not be selling  our data. The product is a communication product needed by people throughout the world, and the fact that next year the product will be free and  will enable people to make money .This all but guarantees that many people in poorer countries will participate when the product becomes available to the public. Accordingly this product will promote global prosperity.

Would you like more details of this company? If so please contact me as soon as possible.

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