Yesterday, Microsoft’s official UK public relations Twitter account tweeted what users immediately called ‘crass,’ ‘classy?’, and charged the company with trying to profit off the singer’s unfortunate death. Other companies, like Apple and Amazon, have also been criticized for the same. Sales of Back to Black have already increased 37 times since Winehouse’s death, prompting the question: In these situations, what is the limit with consumerism and respect for celebrities and their families?
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Microsoft Apologizes For Amy Winehouse Tweet
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