Involuntary advertising exploitation Posted byPeter Kim 14 May 2009 Leave a comment on Involuntary advertising exploitation This sign was on the curb outside the Austin airport. If someone don’t consent to being exploited in any media ever as stated, how are they supposed to fly home? Share:TwitterFacebookLinkedInEmailMoreRedditTumblrPrintPinterestPocket
I’ll bet the TSA would frown on anyone walking through the airport with a mask or a bag over his face, too. Man. Can’t get a break. 😉
VFYF Peter. Good point.
Interesting that they would use the word “exploitation” instead of just “use.”
When I first read that sign, I thought it said you were consenting to have your image exploited in any media known or hereafter devised, including having an action figure made in your likeness. (Why would you NOT agree to that?)
Now there’s an idea. Much better than a $95 American Girl doll.
1. I’m no lawyer but don’t they have to put that clause in BEFORE someone buys a ticket?
2. Is this for that Southwest show on A&E so they can save production costs by not blurring out every passenger’s face?
1. I don’t know
2. I don’t know
This blog gets regular hits from GSD&M and I’m surprised no one has commented yet.
Hey Peter, can you ping me at [email protected]
I’d like to interview you
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