Don't pay extra for Whatsapp - sign the Save Whatsapp Petition

Yuna Monos

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Join the All4Women.co.za team and sign the petition they have started against potential Whatsapp regulation. See the Fin24 article about this petition at the link below:

http://tinyurl.com/zbhuyqe

South African consumers are always vocal with complaints, but seldom do anything constructive to address their concerns, this is an opportunity to get off our collective behinds.
 

mr_norris

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South African consumers are always vocal with complaints, but seldom do anything constructive to address their concerns, this is an opportunity to get off our collective behinds.
I disagree. In no way is a petition a constructive means to address concerns. It's more of a placebo that leads people to believe that they're done something good without doing anything besides clicking a button. Waste of time.
 

OMB

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I disagree. In no way is a petition a constructive means to address concerns. It's more of a placebo that leads people to believe that they're done something good without doing anything besides clicking a button. Waste of time.
I disagree. Any form of protest is better than doing nothing at all, even if it is only putting your name on a petition, South African's are notoriously apathetic
 

Wasabee!

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I disagree. In no way is a petition a constructive means to address concerns. It's more of a placebo that leads people to believe that they're done something good without doing anything besides clicking a button. Waste of time.
Shhhh you ruining their feel good session. :p
 

saor

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I disagree. In no way is a petition a constructive means to address concerns. It's more of a placebo that leads people to believe that they're done something good without doing anything besides clicking a button. Waste of time.
If a petition contributes even just a whisper of change in the mind of someone who has influence in the matter, to me it seems worth the while to 'click a button'.
 
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