The problem with commercialisation/globalisation/entreprenuerialship is the absence of morality. Morality has nothing to do with being pious, religious [so-called for those activities are merely another form of commercialised bondage], goody-two-shoes, monkish/nun-ish, etc. Morality is doing what we innately know is correct for maintaining a proper and balanced progressive existence. Only machines are amoral. Every nut who sells himself/herself knows he/she is doing wrong. Calling them whores might not be inaccurate. The password here is 'Don’t get caught". To conduct proper business needs morality or else we will all end up like cockroaches. In practice, almost ALL [99.99%] commercial operations, including governments, are steered by ambitious self-serving individuals. The problem with democracy is that maturity is a prerequisite before it really works. Give a child a box of matches and the house will go up in flames, sooner or later. Democracy is not so much about freedom [there is no such thing, only varying degrees of restrictions] but maturity for the good of the 'whole". Most gadgets are harmful, one way or the other and yet the addicted are bombarded by latent psycho-sell to indulge in more of the same. Notice how many ways a woman, say, can be 'kitted-up" to prolong the 'interest". Those mesmerised [and there are no age or social limits here] can only help themselves [and thereafter others] when they face their desires and not hide it within their comfort zones of anger or guilt. By all means have a little giggle when we see idiotic addictive behaviour by don’t laugh too long or else we’ll become another victim and not a WITNESS to fear and greed.