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You're still implying that there are other attendees that would bring Hasbro some advantage by seeing the toys they are going to release, while it is a widely known fact that such events are first and foremost for the press to report about things and get the word about those out.
Even if there should be retailers, who might take the products into their range and sell them for Hasbro, if there is something Hasbro does not want the public to know by journalists reporting about it, then it either does not showcase the secret stuff at all or holds a special event for retailers behind locked doors in a room that is arranged specifically for that purpose.
You can't argue around this:

Hasbro showed this in public while inviting journalists and did no effort to hide it from getting recorded, which is a silent agreement to journalists to report about this and gives them a right to do this.


"Journalistic freedom only as long as a company allows journalists to be free" is no real journalistic freedom and undermines everything about the freedom of press.

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That you just flatout refuse to realize this makes your claim of supporting journalistic freedom very doubtful.
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Mystery Badge #1 - It's a mystery to everyone.
Duck - Common sense 'n stuff
Not a Llama - Happy April Fools Day!
Magical Inkwell - Wrote MLP fanfiction consisting of at least around 1.5k words, and has a verified link to the platform of their choice
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"@cloudkicker108":/1369813#comment_5887705

You're still implying that there are other attendees that would bring Hasbro some advantage by seeing the toys they are going to release, while it is a widely known fact that such events are first and foremost for the press to report about things and get the word about those out.
Even if there should be retailers, who might take the products into their range and sell them for Hasbro, if there is something Hasbro does not want the public to know by journalists reporting about it, then it either does not showcase the secret stuff at all or holds a special event for retailers behind locked doors in a room that is arranged specifically for that purpose.
You can't argue around this:

Hasbro showed this in public while inviting journalists and did no effort to hide it from getting recorded, which is a silent agreement to journalists to report about this and gives them a right to do this.

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quot;Journalistic freedom only as long as a company allows journalists to be free" is no real journalistic freedom and undermines everything about the freedom of press.

That you just flatout refuse to realize this makes your claim of supporting journalistic freedom very doubtful.
No reason given
Edited by CMC Scootaloo
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CMC Scootaloo
Artist
Mystery Badge #1 - It's a mystery to everyone.
Duck - Common sense 'n stuff
Not a Llama - Happy April Fools Day!
Magical Inkwell - Wrote MLP fanfiction consisting of at least around 1.5k words, and has a verified link to the platform of their choice
Wallet After Summer Sale

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"@cloudkicker108":/1369813#comment_5887705

You're still implying that there are other attendees that would bring Hasbro some advantage by seeing the toys they are going to release, while it is a widely known fact that such events are first and foremost for the press to report about things and get the word about those out.
Even if there should be retailers, who might take the products into their range and sell them for Hasbro, if there is something Hasbro does not want the public to know by journalists reporting about it, then it either does not showcase the secret stuff at all or holds a special event for retailers behind locked doors in a room that is arranged specifically for that purpose.
You can't argue around this:

Hasbro showed this in public while inviting journalists and did no effort to hide it from getting recorded, which is a silent agreement to journalists to report about this and gives them a right to do this.

"Journalistic freedom only as long as a company allows journalists to be free" is no real journalistic freedom and undermines everything about the freedom of press.

That you just flatout refuse to realize this makes your claim of supporting journalistic freedom very doubtful.
No reason given
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