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July 1, 2022
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This Sleek Smartphone Ad Is Actually a Warning About Domestic AbuseBrittaney Kiefer

At first the glossy film appears to advertise another new smartphone, with close-up shots of a sleek device and a voiceover boasting its features. But about ten seconds in, the promo takes a dark turn. “You can keep up to date with traffic in your area–and her movements,” the voiceover says. “You won’t need that…Read More

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