Of course, key to Jack’s thinking was the assumption that the public is smart enough or care enough to hold advertisers to account.
I wonder what Jack would make of Singapore advertising I think he’d pick the problem right away.
Not direct censorship of advertising. Rather, the effect that censorship of the media has on the public and by dint, advertising.
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