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The unjustified attack on Iraq in 2003 gave us the coined phrase 'embedded' as in 'an embedded journalist'.

To be an embedded journalist meant to stay and travel with the military under their protection, whereas unilateral journalists
reported from conflict zones without military association.

We saw it again at the FTAA protests in Miami in 2003.

The term embedding is a clever public relations tool which attempts to disguise censorship & propaganda.

On this day, while we support thousands of people protesting the Security & Prosperity Partnership of North America in Montebello Quebec, Canada, ...

I think coining the term "embedded CEO' is most appropriate.

hey man - he's an embedded CEO -

A CEO embedded with the gocvernment for means of corruption or secrecy to promote one's own agenda.
by Cory Morningstar August 20, 2007
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