Consumerium Service access

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Times when access to Consumerium Services matters, in order of leverage (first on the list are those activities which have the highest)

Although we focus on the last, it is always better to be sure that the product is not presented to the buyer at all if it is wholly unacceptable to everyone involved in Consumerium. So compiling many individual buying criteria into convincing aggregate profiles, and encouraging institutional buying criteria to be stated in the exact terms of Consumerium Services, may be actually more important to leverage the information to make moral purchasing easier.