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Re: Babble, a supportive milieux

Posted by ert on June 28, 2020, at 15:51:59

In reply to Re: Babble, a supportive milieux, posted by ert on June 28, 2020, at 15:13:08

> theft, lies, coercion, misleading statements and the generation of money with misappropriated protected health information and copyrights is neither morally nor ethically right and it violates many laws.
> if it had started ethically approved by an ethical board and if they had had their decisional power by granting the participants the revoke clause (many of whom had been unaware of their rights) then it would not have been an illegal and morally bad project.
> I don't say that the support by some participants is bad. they are not responsible. the participants are not the problem. but Hsiung is and still is.

I can understand that some active participants got habituated and social bonds might have been established. Some participants may have given or received usable advice or some participants maybe not. It is obvious that many former participants and current participants have never known their rights. It also is obvious that active and former participants are caring and responsibly acting people.

In terms of rights, the participants are exploited by the ruler.




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