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Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Coca-Cola forced to pull Facebook promotion after porn references | Media | The Guardian

"The Coca-Cola company has pulled an internet promotion campaign, after parents accused it of targeting children by using references to a notorious pornographic movie.

The company had been running a promotion for its Dr Pepper brand, in which users allowed their Facebook status box to be taken over by the company.

As part of the promotion, supposedly embarrassing messages would be posted under the user's name, which could be seen by friends entitled to view their Facebook profile."
Coca-Cola forced to pull Facebook promotion after porn references | Media | The Guardian
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