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SodaStream, a company selling a device to make home-made carbonated water, was suddenly thrust into the spotlight in January 2014 after announcing Scarlett Johansson as…View More How a Cancelled Super Bowl Ad Reignited the Discussion Over Israeli Occupation of Palestine