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Ad video of Norton Japan

The advertisement of a video on YouTube, Facebook, and the official site of the Japanese branch of Norton are inappropriate in racism. Please refer to the following video:

In the video, the branch assumes that people who steal personal information are a minority in Japan. Firstly, on June 2, I commented on the Facebook ad post but have not received a response from Norton Japan. Secondly, on June 4, as a user of Norton Antivirus, I have expressed my opinion to the Japanese branch but have not received any response. Currently, racial discrimination by Japanese corporations is rampant, and many Japanese corporations refuse to correct it. Japanese companies should not use minority actors in Japan in advertisements for bad roles, such as thieves. Also, at the end of the video, Norton's supporters are Japanese, but in reality, most of the supporters are foreign engineers. It isn't easy in Japan to find persons who can work for a worldwide advanced software company like Norton. Currently, many foreign workers are undergoing forced labor and other human rights violations under a government program called Technical Intern Training Program, TITP, in Japan. Japan should not take this false and unfair advertisement that Japanese are righteous people and minorities are thieves. Japanese should respect foreign workers in Japan.



Re: Ad video of Norton Japan

There are the following descriptions about TITP of Japan in 2021 Trafficking in Persons Report by the U.S. Department of State: 

> Foreign-based and domestic traffickers continued to abuse the government-operated Technical Intern Training Program (TITP) to exploit foreign workers. 
> Despite persistent reports of forced labor among labor migrants working in Japan under its auspices, authorities again did not proactively identify a single trafficking case or victim in the TITP. 

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