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Scientology given direct access to eBay database

Anonymous Coward writes | more than 6 years ago

Censorship 2

An anonymous reader writes "The Church of Scientology can delete auctions from eBay with no supervision under the VeRO program, and has used this to delete all resale of the e-meters Scientologists use. This is to stop members from buying used units from ex-members instead of buying from the official (and very expensive) source. Given Scientology's record of fraud and abuse, should eBay give them this level of trust? Will this set a precedent for other companies who want to stop the aftermarket resale of its products?"
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Cult (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 6 years ago | (#22478448)

You can see the cult really care about its followers.

Constitutional Rewrite? (1)

ntimid8 (980393) | more than 6 years ago | (#22481106)

The American Constitution already dictates there should be a separation of church and state - looks like now we have to add "and corporation" to the wording. What's next? The Catholic Church wanting a piece of the Amityville Horror royalties?
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