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Reproductions of that page or content from it--such as this very post--and the fact that the existence of the product is now known to the public are the consequences Hasbro has to face; there's nothing to say they can't have the original source removed, though.

More likely than not, Hasbro as a corporation made the decision that this specific product couldn't be reported on well before the attendees even arrived. The problem was that somehow that was not conveyed on the convention floor. I don't think that analogy fits the best, but if we're sticking with it, the situation would actually be something more like this: the boss of the ice cream shop decides not to sell a particular flavor for whatever reason, but the mare working the counter accidentally does so anyway, due to either the message not being delivered clearly, she being distracted by other customers or her own thoughts, or purely from incompetence. The only difference is that the material in Hasbro's case isn't perishable and doesn't present any hygienic concerns, so they still have the opportunity to put a leash on what escaped. Hasbro obviously can't stop every instance of this content showing up (I don't there would be a feasible way to do that anyhow) and they likely won't, but they can halt the original source; that much is still within their rights as the ones who had the product privately displayed in the first place.
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Birthday Cake - Celebrated MLP's 7th birthday

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"@CMC Scootaloo":/1369813#comment_5897804
Reproductions of that page or content from it--such as this very post--are the consequences Hasbro has to face; there's nothing to say they can't have the original source removed, though.

More likely than not, Hasbro as a corporation made the decision that this specific product couldn't be reported on well before the attendees even arrived. The problem was that somehow that was not conveyed on the convention floor. I don't think that analogy fits the best, but if we're sticking with it, the situation would actually be something more like this: the boss of the ice cream shop decides not to sell a particular flavor for whatever reason, but the mare working the counter accidentally does so anyway, due to either the message not being delivered clearly, she being distracted by other customers or her own thoughts, or purely from incompetence. The only difference is that the material in Hasbro's case isn't perishable and doesn't present any hygienic concerns, so they still have the opportunity to put a leash on what escaped. Hasbro obviously can't stop every instance of this content showing up (I don't there would be a feasible way to do that anyhow) and they likely won't, but they can halt the original source; that much is still within their rights as the ones who had the product privately displayed in the first place.
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