Judge for yourself...
Years ago, before we have the internet, any response if any, would have been slow and most probably nobody would bother doing anything about it. But reading the following news report shows the power and impact of the new medium of communication...
"After being the target of brickbats from the Internet community, popular isotonic drink 100Plus scrambled to clarify that Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak's image on its can was not aimed at promoting the leader.
Many netizens saw this unusual clarification as a damage control move to escape a boycott by Najib's critics as the country's political competition gets stiffer with the looming general election.
The clarification was published on Wednesday on the Facebook webpage of Malaysia 100Plus.
"Hi everyone. We'd like to clarify that the pictures of our Prime Minister, Dato' Sri Najib Razak appearing on our can is a sticker that was printed for him when he visited our booth at the Hari Belia event in Putrajaya recently.
"Besides our PM, specialised and individualised stickers were printed for all who visited our booth. We'd like to thank all Malaysians for your continuous support," read the statement..."