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In the middle of the biggest anti-corruption campaign for years, crooked Chinese politicians are paying to vanish from sight, with all negative stories about them scrubbed from the internet. "It does not matter how big or sensitive the story is, we can make it disappear," promised a manager at Yage Times, China's largest and most notorious "black" public relations (PR) firm.
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Originally posted by Beartracker16
We have Federal Senators here in Canada facing unwanted scrutiny for fudging expenses,
We have one provinces government members ducking and covering in the midst of a construction contract bribery scandal.
We have The Mayor of a provincial Capital city facing allegations that he was taped participating in illegal activities, his brother, a city councilor, is accused of participating in illegal activities back in the 1980s.
That kind of service could do well here.