Thursday, October 3, 2013

Google Sells Ivory Against its Own Policy?

The ivory trade is slaughtering elephants by the hundreds in horrific massacres that
rip apart herds and leave orphaned calves to starve. But despite an official policy
against selling products from endangered animals, Google still traffics ivory --
taking money from ivory sellers to promote their products.
Google offers thousands of ivory items on its shopping sites around the world. Its
lax enforcement of its own policies allow unscrupulous sellers to find easy markets
for illegally poached ivory.
 Google needs to stop this horrific practice today.
Please join me in calling on Google to stop trafficking in ivory immediately.
Thank you
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