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Are there any situations in business that are legal but unethical? Can you think of any situations that are ethical but illegal

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    legal but ethical. Usually price gouging is legal. It is legal for churches to turn away folks they don't like. It is legal for the Boy Scouts to disenroll kids who think they are gay.

    ethical but illegal: opening a tavern near a church or school. Running a red light on the way to the emergency ward.
    Giving money to panhandlers (Illegal in some cities).

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