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How Technology Continues to Change the Health Sector

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The Antisocial Social Networking Bill

May 18, 2011 No Comments

Like all online sites, Facebook is not perfect — and it has lost serious face after its attempt to smear Google — but it won’t be better after state bureaucrats get their hands on it. And once they do, they may not be willing to let go. Sen. Ellen Corbett’s social networking bill is not just antisocial. It’s an attack on the freedom of all technology entrepreneurs to run their businesses.

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