A TV advertisement for mobile phone operator Vodafone has once again raised the issue of ethics in Czech advertising, in particular the manner in which women are portrayed. Alena Kralikova The ad in question shows a young man going to ask his girlfriend's father for her hand in marriage. Live with her for a month, see how she cooks and cleans and then make up your mind. However not everyone is amused. Alena Kralikova of Gender Studies says they've received plenty of complaints from both men and women who say they find the ad degrading:. What you see is that she is being "given" to a young man by her father who says he should test her first to make sure that he really wants to be with her.
Czech Exhibit Shows Ads That Degrade Women
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A recent wave of coordinated cyberattacks in the Czech Republic is likely tied to malware linked to Russia, Czech Internet security experts say. Earlier this month, Czech officials said information-technology IT systems at Prague's international airport, several hospitals, and the Health Ministry were targeted in the attacks, which sparked outrage in Prague -- and Washington, as well. On April 22, the Czech Interior Ministry said its IT systems were also targeted in the attacks, all of which were thwarted and were preceded by warnings from the country's cybersecurity watchdog of expected cyberattacks on critical infrastructure. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on April 17 expressed concern over the incidents, saying anybody engaged in such activity should "expect consequences.
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For the thousands of people who pass the billboard of the giant, enslaved torso each day, her enormous and exposed cleavage blocks the view of the sky. The image is not an advertisement for a pornographic magazine. The billboard is no longer just on view at this and other busy intersections. It is now also part of an exhibit that some think may be the first government-supported initiative in a formerly Soviet bloc country to combat sexually explicit advertising. The exhibit photographs portray not only the ads themselves, but the relationship of the public to the ads.
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