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Gunther, an industry leader in computer technology, established early the industry standard for computer compatibility. As a part of its computer manufacturing, Gunther decides to issue a “seal of approval and compatibility” to other computer companies that request it and meet certain standards that Gunther thinks are important. The purpose is to inform consumers that the computer meets what Gunther considers to be certain minimal standards for computers. Is Gunther’s idea a good one? What if another company decides to put the Gunther seal on its product without meeting Gunther’s standards? Explain.


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