Reading the Splenda thread sparked my interest in doing a little more research -- and whild doing so, I bumped into something far scarier: V-fluence. (This is a dot com website not in direct competition to Pro-Health.) It tells all about how V-Fluence monitors blogs, message boards and the internet for adverse messages about their paying clients (corporations.) Check out their page titled "monitoring." Then they ~counter~ those messages with corporate propaganda. Scary stuff, right? On top of that, I accidentally discover a V-Fluence PDF file. Download it. It has all kinds of ~anti~ Organic food information. This document stings all kinds of companies: Ben & Jerry's, Gap, Greenpeace, Patagonia, etc., etc.... ... for being ~anti-biotech~ companies. (Not pro-organic, ~anti-biotech~!) Holy carp! They even attack the Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility! I'm literally shaking. They have all kinds of private information about pro-organic supporters. Very, very scary. What do you think of this? I guess I'm accidentally spying in reverse, but I never thought they'd give public access to a document like this. Maybe I'm wrong. But I can see V-Fluence is assembling a lot of information to help "crush" internet support for organic products. This really scares me. Will we still be able to share ~honest~ information in the future? Or will we be inundated with V-Fluence-style trolls spurting forth corporate propaganda? Makes me wonder.