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    Profile photo of pensfan2926

    Over a year ago

    Animal rights are important to a lot of people, and many should be willing to stand up and defend what they believe in, but what are the odds of a company going back on us for the things said about them? Say, for example, someone sent and email to the Canadian Military about poisoning pigs in Alberta, could the military decide to go back and take legal action against an individual for voicing their opinion, or, in the case of Nestea, for sharing the information about animal testing on rats and mice?

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  • Profile photo of peta2

    Over a year ago

    Hey @pensfan2926,

    We can’t give specific legal advice, but you should not get in trouble for something like that. 🙂 You have the right to peacefully educate others about animal rights issues.

    ~Annie from peta2.

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  • Profile photo of LittleLotte

    Over a year ago

    @Dagmar Well said – Know your rights!

    As long as your letters/emails are polite and non-threatening then they can’t take any legal action against you.

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  • Profile photo of tiff321

    Over a year ago

    i always wonder about that toooo.

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  • Profile photo of Dagmar

    Over a year ago

    As long as you’re not doing anything illegal like a violent protest or anything like that or protesting on private property. Know your rights, because sometimes the cops take advantage of those who don’t even though that is illegal.

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  • Profile photo of curesthatkill

    Over a year ago

    I’ve wondered this myself, but as an activist of over 5yrs now, I’ve never ever had a problem. I’ve done a ton of online activism, including offline protests, and nothing bad has ever happened. :]

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