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From the column: "There are good reasons for government to consider ownership."
From the column: "Banning automated sorting mechanisms and imposing verification requirements would do little to solve the problems affecting children online. They may, however, have unintended consequences for other vulnerable groups and risk user privacy."
From the column: "To their credit, Minnesota legislators made a number of amendments ... to reflect a bit more awareness of some of the potential unintended harms their algorithm ban might cause."
I hope that included in the $3,800-per-household cost is a requirement for internet providers serving the area to hook up interested homeowners.
In agreeing to provide half of an $800,000 project, the County Board assured Rice Lake will get internet for City Hall and more than 200 others.
TikTok has its own royalty system to reward and compensate members of the public who become their creators.

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These fraudsters target the most vulnerable part of our population — the elderly — by playing on their victims’ emotions and lack of confidence.
From the "11 CDs for one penny!" marketing of the Columbia House Record Club to today's slick "Just click to subscribe" trickery, columnist Tammy Swift struggles to navigate the complex world of auto-renewals, free trial periods and digital subscriptions.
Consultants will analyze the feasibility of building out a publicly owned fiber-optic system.

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