“The Code I’m Still Ashamed of (for Pharma)”

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“One of the projects I was assigned to involved a drug that was targeted at women. The graphics and general style of the website made it clear that the client wanted to specifically target teenage girls,” Bill Sourour writes for freeCodeCamp. “One of the features of this website was a quiz that asked girls a series of questions and recommended a type of drug based on their answers. Remember, this website was posing as a general information site. It was not clearly an advertisement for any particular drug.”

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1 COMMENT

  1. Come code for us. This is an Information war.

    A person only needs to read or learn the truth from a good video once, unless they are stupid, to be forever immune from even the slickest psychiatric pharmaceutical industry marketing.

    Serotonin and broken brains, its a total crock.