SeaWorld recently admitted that it sent out people on its payroll to infiltrate People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, better known as PETA. PETA and SeaWorld have been in a long-running battle with PETA claiming that SeaWorld is cruel to animals and SeaWorld claiming it isn’t.
According to Mashable, SeaWorld Entertainment CEO Joel Manby said that he would stop the practice, but that the company had done it to ensure the safety of its guests and employees.
Granted, PETA doesn’t have a stellar reputation when it comes to dealing with people they disagree with, but did they deserve to be spied on, and was it even legal?
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