Fine with corruption? Hardly. Samsung has a long history of engaging in bribing government officials and getting caught. I talked about some of this a few months back when news came out that federal agents had raided Samsung Group to collect evidence of these crimes that they're now charging them with. To say the least, their corruption spans multiple generations and is wide-ranging enough to include everything from "mild" issues of business ethics like nepotism to more serious issues of government corruption that have the potential to topple the head of the country.
I recall an article a few years ago that did some investigative work into the people they were bribing at the time. It was able to tie their bribes to people engaging in everything from illegal drug trafficking to sex slaves. And I believe it was the same article that talked about how Samsung would also spy on reporters who were invited to media events, bugging their hotels and doing other things of that sort in order to ensure favorable reviews of their products. Some files apparently leaked that showed they were listening in and trying to collect dirt on the reporters, just in case the reviews didn't meet their satisfaction.
Polymer physicists are into chains.