Demaestro - 2:57 pm on Aug 25, 2011 (gmt 0)
bwnbwn, I think your confused as to my point. I clearly state that if they have a prescription then there is no other crime other than the ads.
I am sure that there were some companies selling to people without prescriptions, but to assume that all the companies that were advertising pharmacies were illegally selling prescriptions is insane. If the selling without a prescription were that wide spread then the USA and Canadian govs would have done a sting and shut them down.
I am not advocating selling drugs to people without a prescription at all. I am simply saying that I find it sad that your government makes lower drugs prices impossible in your country and makes advertising the places you can get your prescriptions for cheaper illegal.
BTW this may help to understand the problem and why I am not way off with my thinking
I also find it interesting that Google can seemingly buy their way out of a conviction. How does the old saying go.
"It is easier to beg for forgiveness than ask for permission"
I guess in this case it is
"It is easier to buy forgiveness than ask for permission"