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Iceland passed a law this week banning businesses from profiting from its employees' nudity. That means: no more stripping and no more topless bartenders. That also means: More clothes for everyone! Kolbrún Halldórsdóttir, the politician who proposed the bill, says, “It is not acceptable that women or people in general are a product to be sold.” [BlackBook]