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SeaWorld Admits Using Employees to Spy on Animal Rights Activists

Multiple SeaWorld employees posed as animal-welfare activists so they could spy on critics, the company admitted Thursday.

The acknowledgment comes seven months after People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals accused SeaWorld of spying. The animal-welfare group, which has waged an intense campaign against SeaWorld, went public with...read more.

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