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What is so confusing about that sentence? They can peruse and browse the products just like every other attendee present; they simply can't report on it as journalists.

It is free advertising, but the corporations still get to decide which products can be advertised.

Why do they still display certain products even though they're not intended to be seen by the public? Let me answer that question with another: what about all the other attendees who aren't journalists or members of the press?

You are taking this whole situation way too seriously. How on earth is a company making sure that certain products showcased at private event remain private "downright disturbing"?
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"@CMC Scootaloo":/1369813#comment_5886325
What is so confusing about that sentence? They can peruse and browse the products just like every other attendee present; they simply can't report on it as journalists.

It is free advertising, but the corporations still get to decide which products can be advertised.

Why do they still display certain products even though they're not intended to be seen by the public? Let me answer that question with another: what about all the other attendees who aren't journalists or members of the press?

You are taking this whole situation way too seriously. How on earth is a company making sure certain products showcased at private event remain private "downright disturbing"?
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Edited by cloudkicker108
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"@CMC Scootaloo":/1369813#comment_5886325
It is free advertising, but the corporations still get to decide which products can be advertised.

Why do they still display certain products even though they're not intended to be seen by the public? Let me answer that question with another: what about all the other attendees who aren't journalists or members of the press?

You are taking this whole situation way too seriously. How on earth is a company making sure certain products showcased at private event remain private "downright disturbing"?
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Edited by cloudkicker108
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Birthday Cake - Celebrated MLP's 7th birthday

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"@CMC Scootaloo":/1369813#comment_5886325
It is free advertising, but the corporations still get to decide which products can be advertised.

Why do they still display certain products even though they not intended to be seen by the public? Let me answer that question with another: what about all the other attendees who aren't journalists or members of the press?

You are taking this whole situation way too seriously. How on earth is a company making sure certain products showcased at private event remain private "downright disturbing"?
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