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  • EA does not care about people who are not investors. Removing Kaepernick's name from tunes in Madden two years in a row shows it. Businesses do not want you to defend them, let their lawyers do this work. But we shouldn't praise a company for reaching the absolute bare minimum. It feels just like throwing a party for if your friend says"Hey guys I'm not racist" after he said the N word a year ago. We ought to praise firms who reveal patterns of pleasure. Feel free to disagree, but please don't behave like this exact instance is this incredibly complex morally-grey situation. I mean I believed there were fairly strict regulations whose names and likeliness can be used in Madden. Just like Belicheck and Mut 21 coins Payton aren't in Madden because they aren't part of the NFLCA and that's who EA has a contract with. They may have to cover Kap if his title is utilized and therefore are probably avoiding that. That and Kap isn't just welcome from the NFL planet (not speaking about fans) anymore.

    They both backpeddled and apologized when they have been called out. They don't have rights to Kap's likeness from the game but they could mention him in the tune (just as they have plenty of other public figures in other songs). The simple fact that they did this two years in a row suggests it wasn't an innocent oversight but a genuine choice to collaborate using a essentially racist act of collusion within the NFL. I'm not defending a company. I am not saying EA is a bastion of justice. Many people generally (not merely reddit) can not see beyond black and white. That's why negativity floats to the top in all social websites. This is a significant element. Youtube for one has done research, because it's a huge part of their business and they would like to know it. There has been testimony to congress about it I've watched but can't find at this time. What they want is participation and the more negatively styled something is the more people will click it as it comes up on your recommendations.

    Companies do not need one to defend them, let their lawyers do that work. "Companies don't need one to defend them", but somehow attacking businesses when they're doing the right thing is essential and productive?It does not matter if it is for PR reasons, they're still raising awareness for this problem and hurting no one by doing this process. Meanwhile the people who see this as an chance to attack are only perpetuating a negative atmosphere of continuous whining. It is not so much about"defending companies" but about attacking this needless negativity. So you're really just adding to the man's debate by doing exactly what he described. They're not doing anything though. They simply released a statement full of empty rhetoric. You understand what doing some thing is? Not creating another Madden game since the NFL penalized players enjoy Kaepernick for carrying a knee. That would be remarkable. However, we all know that's not what is going to happen.

    The simple fact that folks here are really behaving like this can be a meaningful gesture is so fucking baffling. EA literally went out of its way to scrub his title out of their matches two years right, but this thread is making it look like they've contributed millions. It's the very definition of slacktivism. It would be more fair if they had said nothing at all. Rather, they're gonna push out a bullshit PR announcement about how they stand with the black neighborhood and then in a couple months turn around and sell a product featuring an organization which has a history of stifling and penalizing black voices. I never said"Let us strike a business for doing the ideal thing." My point, which I have attempted to describe in an edit, is that we should not PRAISE businesses for doing the bare minimum of human decency if they have shown in the past to be against the thing they are claiming. Actions speak louder than words. You can remain optimistic of matters looking up, which I often am. If your buddy hurts your feelings, they have to regain your confidence.

    You don't thank them every time from then on if they are being nice. Wait, why not? If a friend of mine hurt me and then made an attempt to be fine I would absolutely need to tell them I appreciate their efforts. Positive reinforcement is a good thing. It helps humans behave better, who's to say it can't make a company act better also? It is worth rewarding them for this just like it's well worth rewarding a problem child for doing their best to get a day. Benefits come from great behaviour, you shouldn't be on good behaviour for the benefits. Once I visit EA contribute to the causes or implement initiatives to help out black developers or items of that sort, then I will praise them. We just should demand a high standard and stop letting firms off the hook so easily. I'm of the mindset that offset civilization is largely poor and people should be invited to change and cheap mut coins madden 21 enhance. But we shouldn't let ourselves to be played by firms that are, at the end of the day, trying to remove all obstacles in the means of getting our cash.