Disney through the Web looking glass (19 Jul 2004)
For critics of the Disney Corporation, the World Wide Web is a convenient medium for providing information and expressing concern. The majority of anti-Disney Web sites are run by either Christian or labour rights organisations as utilitarian adjuncts to offline campaigns. In contrast are a number of idiosyncratic individual anti-Disney sites that provide links to criticism from a variety of perspectives. The Web appears to facilitate this type of cross-issue critique. On the other hand, some forms of opposition to Disney, such as by employees and corporate competitors, are largely absent from the Web. Assessing challenges to a corporation by examining Web sites is likely to give a partial picture.
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