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You might be able to have it your way at Burger King, but the fast food giant’s latest ad had its way with Google Home, the smart speaker released by Google last year. In the ad, a cheeky young employee laments the fact that a 15-second ad isn’t enough time to explain all the ingredients in the trademark Whopper. So he brings the camera close, says the magic words (“Okay, Google”) and passes the task on to the smart speaker, which then reads a line off Wikipedia’s entry for the burger. That line was edited by Burger King marketing chief Fernando Machado, to read less like a list of ingredients and more like ad-copy. Social is not happy with the ad, however, giving it 74 percent negatives. Wikipedia users gave it even worse reviews and trolled Burger King by changing the article to include ingredients like "cyanide," "a medium-sized child" and "toenail clippings.” Wikipedia has since locked the entry, and Google has blacklisted the ad. The battle continues, though. Burger King has edited the ad to get through the block.



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