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    In Kasky v. Nike, Inc., the California Supreme Court drew a distinction between a noncommercial speaker's statements criticizing a product as generally noncommercial speech and a commercial speaker's statements in praise or support of the same product. What was this distinction, and why did the California Supreme Court make it?

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    What was this distinction, and why did the California Supreme Court make it?

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    In Kasky v. Nike, Inc., the California Supreme Court drew a distinction between a noncommercial speaker's statements criticizing a product as generally noncommercial speech and a commercial speaker's statements in praise or support of the same product. What was this distinction, and why did the California Supreme Court make it?

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