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1023 samcandy35 We need to see the reality of what going on around the world. They shouldn't censor the information, just show it as it is.
124 brumac44 There are fishing methods to minimize bycatch, but they are less profitable. Not unprofitable, just less profitable. By catching everything, they make more money. So in summation, fuck them, put the cameras in and let the chips fall on if people want to buy their fish.
1120 necius If your customers seeing the reality of how your product is made is damaging to your brand, then perhaps you need to go into a different line of work.
34 autotldr This is the best tl;dr I could make, [original]( reduced by 77%. (I'm a bot) ***** > The seafood industry in New Zealand has asked the government to withhold graphic video of dead sea life caught in trawler nets as they are potentially damaging to fisheries and to brand New Zealand. > There are no reliable figures on the numbers of penguins, sea lions, dolphins and seals that die in fishing nets or longlines in New Zealand, but according to some researchers and environmental groups the commercial fishing industry is the main culprit for declining populations of endangered sea lions and yellow-eyed penguins. > "These are the images the fishing industry doesn't want you to see," said Forest & Bird's chief executive Kevin Hague. ***** [**Extended Summary**]( | [FAQ]( "Version 1.65, ~283553 tl;drs so far.") | [Feedback]( "PM's and comments are monitored, constructive feedback is welcome.") | *Top* *keywords*: **fish**^#1 **Industry**^#2 **New**^#3 **Zealand**^#4 **bycatch**^#5
314 FRUSTRATED_SHOUTING > potentially damaging to fisheries and to brand New Zealand. If your business practices make you feel bad then change them you greedy fucking cunts.
111 Throwmeawaybich While we're at it install cameras at every animal farm and setup livestreams on twitch.
45 Trousier_Trout These fisherman will soon be jobless worldwide and maybe it’s sustaina to pay them to fish out the plastic junk if he could be theoretically converted into something like material for 3_D printing.
21 Flight714 > Industry leaders say plan to install cameras on commercial fishing vessels is a risk to ‘NZ Inc’. That's a complete lie: Cameras are never the problem. A correct version of this statement would be: > The truth of current fishing practices on commercial fishing vessels is a risk to ‘NZ Inc’. It's a similar piece of false logic to the politicians who complain about Wikileaks causing citizens to lose faith in their governments. No, it's *the behaviour of their government* that causes citizens to lose faith.
15 veobaum Streisand effect