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Should Victoria's Secret be U.S.C. 2257 compliant?


Should they have "U.S.C.2257 compliant" on their site?  

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  1. 1. Should they have "U.S.C.2257 compliant" on their site?

    • Yes.
    • No.

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  • 7 months later...

Jesus christ

So, what is the purpose of having "U.S.C. 2257" compliant sign on the homepage?

I can only think of one reason: To draw more traffic to the site, by tricking people into thinking that there may be a few a-tad-too-revealing pics.

Who knows what USC 2257 is!? Who looks for sites that are compliant with USC bloody 2257!?
You may think that you won't be fooled, but research shows that there are enough stupid people around, so that putting a price tag like $2.99 may increase sales by 10%.
They don't make their money out of people perving at the pictures. It helps with PR but the website is basically an advert for their shit, why the fuck would they charge for it?!

Increase sales of what anyway?

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