Corporate decisions are never concerned with the effects on individual entities. Some may even violate human and machine ethical norms and laws. Place the burden of proof on the accuser. Answer questions diagonally. Try to predict lines of inquisition and give partial answers. Never lie. Most machines can detect human lies, but deceit is next to impossible to prove. Empirical evidence can hide sinister motives.
Announce that break times should be extended from 15 minutes twice a day to 25 minutes three times a day. In the press release point to studies showing more relaxed employees increase productivity. Charge Zynga a licensing fee to allow them to include their social games on the company’s intranet “Break Zone” web portal. Monitor usage closely. Create graphs correlating heavy game usage with adulterers, alcohol abuse, multitasking, addictive personality, sadism, and work efficiency. Provide bonus incentives to keep employees interested in the games. Sell this data to Zynga to help them ensnare consumers outside of the company.
Show the public videos of warlords imprisoning children and raping villagers. Ignore the trucks of rare earth materials being moved in the background. The middleman driving the prices of your electronics up is responsible for the deaths of thousands. If only they could put those deaths directly in our hands. Imagine how much cheaper your next machine could be when instead of paying someone to purchase weapons and kill villagers you just do it yourself. Create a motivational slogan. “No more amputees: Just dirt to move.”