It’s a funny world.
In my fevered little brain…WikiFranchisg.org
It’s is quickly being recognized to be illegal NOT to leak them in Canada.
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Each of Canada’s 76,000 franchisees with +1 year experience have received emails and documents from their franchisor that should be on the internet in a properly indexed manner.
WikiLeaks and franchising:
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Franchise freedom of speech and association in Canada, circa 2004.
Two pages of a Record of Motion filed in the Ontario Superior Court of Justice by Michael Shell and Drazen Bulat on behalf of their client, Tupperware Canada Inc. on September 23, 2004.
– and-I voluntarily closed down the “TupperWars” section of CAFO‘s website in response to this challenge (see context). This happened days after we (for the first time) sent out a series of emails to U.S. franchisees/distributors.
We received zero requests to stop the emails from franchise investors.