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Should social media companies ban celebrities from promoting quick-fix diet products?
Social media companies should ban celebrities from promoting quick-fix toxic diet products.
Quick-fix diet products are a scam.
This is false and irresponsible advertising.
These social media ads promote an idealised and unrealistic body image.
It's the consumer's responsibility to research products before buying them.
Celebrities and social media don't have to abide by a moral duty.
Social media shouldn't have to censor advertisements regardless if the product is harmful or not.
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