［タイトル］DeNA pulls eight online services amid reporting scandal
［掲載誌］The Japan Times（2016年12月1日）
［対応者］情報通信総合研究所 副主任研究員 佐藤 仁（研究員紹介）
“It would naturally draw criticism,” said Hitoshi Sato, chief consultant at Tokyo-based technology think tank InfoCom Research Inc. “I wish DeNA had a stronger sense of morality as a company.”
Moreover, Sato said the need for useful medical information is big on the internet and DeNA took advantage of that.
Medical and health care information “can draw many people to the service, which means it has the potential to make money. In the end, I think that side became the priority for DeNA,” said Sato.
Sato said since DeNA is an IT firm, it should be well versed on how to create articles optimized for a Google search result.