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Archive for January, 2011

Facebook’s Policies, Lobbying Efforts Raise Concerns with Business Ethics Expert

by on Jan.28, 2011, under Broadband Internet

Some recently reported practices by the social-networking giant Facebook may lean toward unethical status or may need to be more transparent, according to a Kansas State University business ethics expert.


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One Year After Clinton Speech, Debate Over Internet Freedom Continues

by on Jan.28, 2011, under Broadband Internet

By Melvin Felix – Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s endorsement of Internet freedom had a rough patch a year later with the release of State Department memos by WikiLeaks.


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Virtual World Helps with Post-traumatic Stress

by on Jan.28, 2011, under Broadband Internet

By Cheryl Pellerin – The Defense Department is using virtual-world interactivity to educate and help warfighters and others who are reluctant to seek more direct care to deal with post-traumatic stress, said an official at the National Center for Telehealth and Technology, also known as “T2.”


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The Social Side of the Internet

by on Jan.28, 2011, under Broadband Internet

The internet is now deeply embedded in group and organizational life in America.


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Missouri Husband, Wife Plead Guilty to Conspiracy to Distribute Prescription Drugs Over the Internet

by on Jan.28, 2011, under Broadband Internet

They also pleaded guilty to their roles in a money-laundering conspiracy related to financial transactions that involved the proceeds of the drug-trafficking conspiracy.


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