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The following are scans sent into us of subway posters that have been adapted to reflect certain criticisms of a certain industry. Where the text is not sufficiently visible, we have put in the text and a brief explanation of the original 'board'.
a-z keen a-zAre you keen to get all the facts regarding McDonald's attempts to silence their critics and hide the truth?
The McSpotlight Internet site provides regular reports from the McLibel courtroom, witness statements, company publications and confidential internal memos, scientific reports, newspaper articles, previously suppressed material and information on other multinational corporations.
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The original 'board' was for office supplies!
Right now your health and diet are under attack by the promotion of McJunk food.
Right now your world is being destroyed by faceless corporations.
Right now animals are being slaughtered to supply unhealthy products.
Right now your children are being brainwashed by mindless propaganda.
Right now is the time to fight back! Arm yourself with the facts, visit McSpotlight.
The original 'board' was for a well known insurance company
And another very similar one.
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The Internet is your fast track into a virtually unregulated global forum where successful censorship is almost impossible.
In 1989 McDonald's issuad libel writs over the publication of a critical leaflet.
Now you can find out what McDonald's have been trying to hide.
Visit McSpotlight - a direct challenge to the opposition to the corporation's ongoing attempt to silence their critics.
The original 'board' was for a privatised rail service
Who cares, I'm going surfing
The original 'board' was for a well known high street building society.
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