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WebSense Nonsense…

In a lesson for all PR types, Berlind calls WebSense into account for what is either a complete lapse of judgement or really unethical PR work. They’ve issued a release making all kinds of claims about the cost of "cyberslacking". I’ll leave it to you to click and read.

It’s this kind of beahvior that should get PR types censured by our industry bodies. Hacking other folks research and then slapping it back together, for a new purpose, really begs the question of ethics. It’s a mosaic at best, at worst it’s sensationalism.

Anyway, I’d challenge that surfing the web represents cyberslacking.

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