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Lauren Weinstein

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Technology Systems & Policy Analysis: Internet, Privacy, plus Other Sundry Topics. I've consulted to Google - my opinions are mine alone.

Location: Los Angeles

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Lauren Weinstein380,684*Hangout On Air to discuss the EU "Right To Be Forgotten" (RTBF).* // Good? Bad? Savior? Slippery slope toward disaster? A tool for individual fairness? A path toward dictatorial control over Internet content? Should it be applied globally? How would Vladimir Putin use such a tool? Or Chinese leaders? Or rulers in other countries where speaking out against political leaders is a crime? Can RTBF be constrained without exploding into a nightmare? // This HOA is currently scheduled for noon PDT on Friday 15 May. It is subject to rescheduling or cancellation as necessary. *Please indicate if you are potentially interested in participating or viewing as soon as possible.* Thanks!Discussing the EU "Right To Be Forgotten" (RTBF)2015-05-15 21:00:001  
Lauren Weinstein380,684*Hangout On Air to discuss the EU "Right To Be Forgotten" (RTBF).* // Good? Bad? Savior? Slippery slope toward disaster? A tool for individual fairness? A path toward dictatorial control over Internet content? Should it be applied globally? How would Vladimir Putin use such a tool? Or Chinese leaders? Or rulers in other countries where speaking out against political leaders is a crime? Can RTBF be constrained without exploding into a nightmare? // This HOA is currently scheduled for noon PDT on Friday 15 May. It is subject to rescheduling or cancellation as necessary. *Please indicate if you are potentially interested in participating or viewing as soon as possible.* Thanks!Discussing the EU "Right To Be Forgotten" (RTBF)2015-05-15 21:00:008  
Google+13,037,533The Google+ team will be sharing a few updates. RSVP to this event to watch the broadcast live.A Morning with Google+2013-10-29 17:30:0033644  
Lauren Weinstein380,684*Hangout On Air: Discussing Congress Without Obscenities* - As of 1 PM PDT, the U.S. Senate leadership has supposedly reached a very short term deal to end the federal government shutdown and temporarily raise the debt ceiling. The fate of this package in the House is still decidedly unclear. Regardless of what Congress does right now, we're going to be in the same mess again likely in a matter of weeks or months. Let's _Discuss Congress Without Obscenities_ this evening. What's _really_ going on?  Is the GOP still even really a _political party_ any more? If not, _what are they?_  And _can we even discuss this without the constant use of invectives?_  Let's at least try. This HOA is currently scheduled for 7:30 PM PDT this evening. It is subject to change or cancellation as events warrant.  Thanks!Hangout On Air: Discussing Congress Without Obscenities2013-10-17 04:30:0012  
Lauren Weinstein380,684*Discussion of controversy surrounding new +1 automatic "highlighted posting" sharing on Google+.* Positives, negatives, benefits, problems, suggestions. Specific use case examples encouraged. Rescheduled to earlier in day per requests. Now scheduled for 1 PM PDT. Subject to change or cancellation if necessary. Thanks. - LaurenDiscuss Issues re New +1 Automatic Sharing on Google+ (Hangout On Air)2013-07-12 22:00:0011  
Google AdSense1,932,560Join the live Hangout on Air with Susan Wojcicki, SVP of Advertising and Commerce, and three AdSense publishers to celebrate our 10th anniversary. We'll share stories from the early days and discuss the future for publishers and online advertising. We'll add the Hangout On Air link to this event page when the session begins on June 18th at 10am PDT (5pm GMT). Hope to see you there!  Submit a live question about AdSense to Susan using the hashtag #adsense10onair. Please note that she won't be able to address individual account questions.Celebrate AdSense 10 with Susan Wojcicki2013-06-18 19:00:005033  
Lauren Weinstein380,684*Hangout On Air* - Rational discussion of the NSA/PRISM story: Likely realities vs. fantasies, etc. By popular demand, expanded to discussion of today's leak regarding administration cyberwar planning. [Subject to change or cancellation.]NSA Surveillance and PRISM (and today's Cyberwar leak)2013-06-08 05:30:0013  

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2016-07-22 18:46:37 (10 comments; 2 reshares; 9 +1s; )Open 

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2016-07-23 04:20:00 (1 comments; 3 reshares; 20 +1s; )Open 

So how do you generate a random string? :-)

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2016-07-22 18:41:13 (6 comments; 1 reshares; 25 +1s; )Open 

I've been hearing this nonsense for decades. Hell, there were people saying it back in the early days of FORTRAN and COBOL. Sure, there are areas where "automated" programming tools are (and will increasingly be) useful. But that alone fails to account for the vast expansion of IT and AI systems that are growing enormously in complexity and real-world impacts at incredible rates, and that need serious and complex software designs far beyond the ability of such tools in most cases. To put it another way, the world is going to need ever increasing numbers of software engineers for the foreseeable future. And yes, not everyone is suited for a career writing code. But it's damned useful for everyone to be exposed to the basics of software design, for the logical thinking that this requires if nothing else. Even if you never write a program professionally, learning to think logically is... more »

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2016-07-23 06:32:33 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 4 +1s; )Open 

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2016-07-23 06:06:37 (4 comments; 2 reshares; 10 +1s; )Open 

As is common when dealing with sociopaths, being their "friends" can be even more hazardous than being their enemies.

As is common when dealing with sociopaths, being their "friends" can be even more hazardous than being their enemies.___

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2016-07-23 05:17:50 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 7 +1s; )Open 

1967

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2016-07-23 05:16:03 (5 comments; 0 reshares; 4 +1s; )Open 

Via +Tim Johnson

Pero mira es cariñito!! Jajaja___Via +Tim Johnson

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2016-07-23 04:23:18 (0 comments; 1 reshares; 6 +1s; )Open 

Watch this brief scene. Think Trump and the GOP. 'Nuf said. (2005)

Watch this brief scene. Think Trump and the GOP. 'Nuf said. (2005)___

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2016-07-23 04:20:00 (1 comments; 3 reshares; 20 +1s; )Open 

Better than the old Linux /dev/random, probably.
:q!

(via +Ralf Haring))

So how do you generate a random string? :-)___Better than the old Linux /dev/random, probably.
:q!

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2016-07-23 04:02:05 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 4 +1s; )Open 

Administrivia: There is no theme here. What you see is what you get.

Administrivia: There is no theme here. What you see is what you get.___

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2016-07-23 03:26:11 (2 comments; 2 reshares; 9 +1s; )Open 

7/17/2015 (Huffington Post): After watching and listening to Donald Trump since he announced his candidacy for president, we have decided we won’t report on Trump’s campaign as part of The Huffington Post’s political coverage. Instead, we will cover his campaign as part of our Entertainment section. Our reason is simple: Trump’s campaign is a sideshow. We won’t take the bait. If you are interested in what The Donald has to say, you’ll find it next to our stories on the Kardashians and The Bachelorette.

7/17/2015 (Huffington Post): After watching and listening to Donald Trump since he announced his candidacy for president, we have decided we won’t report on Trump’s campaign as part of The Huffington Post’s political coverage. Instead, we will cover his campaign as part of our Entertainment section. Our reason is simple: Trump’s campaign is a sideshow. We won’t take the bait. If you are interested in what The Donald has to say, you’ll find it next to our stories on the Kardashians and The Bachelorette.___

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2016-07-23 02:56:30 (5 comments; 0 reshares; 3 +1s; )Open 

I'm not going to explain this one. If you know, you know. Be seeing you.

I'm not going to explain this one. If you know, you know. Be seeing you.___

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2016-07-23 02:46:27 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 3 +1s; )Open 

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2016-07-23 01:40:16 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 8 +1s; )Open 

Frum on Trump.

Frum on Trump.___

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2016-07-23 01:20:26 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 6 +1s; )Open 

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2016-07-22 23:39:32 (8 comments; 1 reshares; 16 +1s; )Open 

How did tossing out Google apps and forging an alliance with Microsoft work out for ya'?

How did tossing out Google apps and forging an alliance with Microsoft work out for ya'?___

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2016-07-22 22:26:43 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 8 +1s; )Open 

// Donald Trump followed the script in his big speech to the Republican National Convention. Less than 12 hours later, he was free-form again, Trump being Trump, resurrecting a conspiracy theory linking the father of his chief rival from the primaries to John F. Kennedy's assassination.
Trump's plunge into a lengthy litigation of past spats with Ted Cruz — even bringing up his retweet of an unflattering photo of Cruz's wife, Heidi — did nothing to assuage Republican fears about their standard bearer after a national convention complicated by unforced errors.
The episode raised questions, too, about how he might govern inside the White House, having so far led a scattershot campaign marked by a short temper and a seemingly improvised approach to policymaking. //

// Donald Trump followed the script in his big speech to the Republican National Convention. Less than 12 hours later, he was free-form again, Trump being Trump, resurrecting a conspiracy theory linking the father of his chief rival from the primaries to John F. Kennedy's assassination.
Trump's plunge into a lengthy litigation of past spats with Ted Cruz — even bringing up his retweet of an unflattering photo of Cruz's wife, Heidi — did nothing to assuage Republican fears about their standard bearer after a national convention complicated by unforced errors.
The episode raised questions, too, about how he might govern inside the White House, having so far led a scattershot campaign marked by a short temper and a seemingly improvised approach to policymaking. //___

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2016-07-22 21:48:04 (6 comments; 1 reshares; 23 +1s; )Open 

Yep. And not a moment too soon! We're desperate out here!

Yep. And not a moment too soon! We're desperate out here!___

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2016-07-22 21:34:13 (2 comments; 1 reshares; 13 +1s; )Open 

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2016-07-22 20:39:43 (3 comments; 0 reshares; 5 +1s; )Open 

TRANSLATION of Munich attack audio, courtesy of +Martin Seeger - NSFW -
Attacker is speaking High German with Munich tongue, the local resident is shouting in oldschool bavarian dialect. Attacker insists on being a German and is railing against Turks. He also says something about having been in [psychiatric? unintelligible] care.

Multiple dots stand for "..." non-understable passages. I use "jerk" for "Wixer" which also implies masturbation.

Bavarian resident: You jerk, you asshole
Shooter: And now I have to buy water from the wogs
Bavarian resident: You know, they should cut your head of
Shoorter: Yes, yes, that idiots here .... or?
Bavarian resident: Ey .... Jerk
Shooter: You fucking Turks
Bavarian resident: Fucking wogs
Bavarian resident: He has a gun, he loaded it, call the flatfoots, that old... more »

TRANSLATION of Munich attack audio, courtesy of +Martin Seeger - NSFW -
Attacker is speaking High German with Munich tongue, the local resident is shouting in oldschool bavarian dialect. Attacker insists on being a German and is railing against Turks. He also says something about having been in [psychiatric? unintelligible] care.

Multiple dots stand for "..." non-understable passages. I use "jerk" for "Wixer" which also implies masturbation.

Bavarian resident: You jerk, you asshole
Shooter: And now I have to buy water from the wogs
Bavarian resident: You know, they should cut your head of
Shoorter: Yes, yes, that idiots here .... or?
Bavarian resident: Ey .... Jerk
Shooter: You fucking Turks
Bavarian resident: Fucking wogs
Bavarian resident: He has a gun, he loaded it, call the flatfoots, that old fucker
Shooter: I am German
Bavarian resident: You are a jerk, you are; a jerk, what a shit are you doing
Shooter: I am born here
Shooter: Here in the welfare area, here in the turkish ...
Shooter: I was here in .... care
Bavarian resident: Yes, in psychatric care you belong, you stupid asshole
Shooter: I have done nothing, that are your words, shut your mouth man
Bavarian resident: You jerk
Bavarian resident: Ey, he is walking around on the top floor, you idiots (probably directed at the police)
Sound: 2 shots, cries
Sound: 2 shots
Bavarian resident: You are wrong in the head, you jerk
Police: Ey, go to the side
Bavarian resident: You shitting asshole, they shat you in the brain
Shooter: They didn't do that, exactly that they didnt't do

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2016-07-22 20:22:52 (5 comments; 2 reshares; 2 +1s; )Open 

Audio from attack in Munich.
TRANSLATION: Courtesy of +Martin Seeger (NSFW) -->

Attacker is speaking High German with Munich tongue, the local resident is shouting in oldschool bavarian dialect. Attacker insists on being a German and is railing against Turks. He also says something about having been in [psychiatric? unintelligible] care.

Multiple dots stand for "..." non-understable passages. I use "jerk" for "Wixer" which also implies masturbation.

Bavarian resident: You jerk, you asshole
Shooter: And now I have to buy water from the wogs
Bavarian resident: You know, they should cut your head of
Shoorter: Yes, yes, that idiots here .... or?
Bavarian resident: Ey .... Jerk
Shooter: You fucking Turks
Bavarian resident: Fucking wogs
Bavarian resident: He has a gun, he loaded it, call the... more »

Audio from attack in Munich.
TRANSLATION: Courtesy of +Martin Seeger (NSFW) -->

Attacker is speaking High German with Munich tongue, the local resident is shouting in oldschool bavarian dialect. Attacker insists on being a German and is railing against Turks. He also says something about having been in [psychiatric? unintelligible] care.

Multiple dots stand for "..." non-understable passages. I use "jerk" for "Wixer" which also implies masturbation.

Bavarian resident: You jerk, you asshole
Shooter: And now I have to buy water from the wogs
Bavarian resident: You know, they should cut your head of
Shoorter: Yes, yes, that idiots here .... or?
Bavarian resident: Ey .... Jerk
Shooter: You fucking Turks
Bavarian resident: Fucking wogs
Bavarian resident: He has a gun, he loaded it, call the flatfoots, that old fucker
Shooter: I am German
Bavarian resident: You are a jerk, you are; a jerk, what a shit are you doing
Shooter: I am born here
Shooter: Here in the welfare area, here in the turkish ...
Shooter: I was here in .... care
Bavarian resident: Yes, in psychatric care you belong, you stupid asshole
Shooter: I have done nothing, that are your words, shut your mouth man
Bavarian resident: You jerk
Bavarian resident: Ey, he is walking around on the top floor, you idiots (probably directed at the police)
Sound: 2 shots, cries
Sound: 2 shots
Bavarian resident: You are wrong in the head, you jerk
Police: Ey, go to the side
Bavarian resident: You shitting asshole, they shat you in the brain
Shooter: They didn't do that, exactly that they didnt't do

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2016-07-22 20:18:53 (2 comments; 0 reshares; 4 +1s; )Open 

German media reports gunman(men? somebody) shouted anti-immigrant slurs.

German media reports gunman(men? somebody) shouted anti-immigrant slurs.___

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2016-07-22 20:06:26 (2 comments; 0 reshares; 7 +1s; )Open 

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2016-07-22 19:54:06 (8 comments; 0 reshares; 7 +1s; )Open 

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2016-07-22 19:21:57 (6 comments; 3 reshares; 17 +1s; )Open 

That goddamned district attorney should be in prison. Ten to twenty maximum security in Texas should be about right. // Her experience in jail would have been awful even if she’d been a convicted criminal. But she wasn’t—she was a rape victim who had been incarcerated by a prosecutor worried about the possibility of her not showing up to testify at trial against her attacker. Thanks to a little-known legal instrument known as an “attachment order,” the district attorney in Harris County, Texas, forced the woman to spend an entire month in a notoriously hellish jail despite not even being accused of a crime—all because he feared that she would fail to appear at a court date during which she was supposed to provide testimony against a now-convicted rapist. During her time in the jail, according to a lawsuit filed earlier this month, she was beaten by a fellow inmate, treated like a sexoffender by... more »

That goddamned district attorney should be in prison. Ten to twenty maximum security in Texas should be about right. // Her experience in jail would have been awful even if she’d been a convicted criminal. But she wasn’t—she was a rape victim who had been incarcerated by a prosecutor worried about the possibility of her not showing up to testify at trial against her attacker. Thanks to a little-known legal instrument known as an “attachment order,” the district attorney in Harris County, Texas, forced the woman to spend an entire month in a notoriously hellish jail despite not even being accused of a crime—all because he feared that she would fail to appear at a court date during which she was supposed to provide testimony against a now-convicted rapist. During her time in the jail, according to a lawsuit filed earlier this month, she was beaten by a fellow inmate, treated like a sex offender by medical staff, and punched in the face by a guard. //___

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2016-07-22 19:05:34 (6 comments; 1 reshares; 14 +1s; )Open 

This is one reason I have so little respect for WikiLeaks and Assange. They refuse to conduct due diligence to protect the personal information of completely innocent persons in their data dumps. Absolutely criminal.

This is one reason I have so little respect for WikiLeaks and Assange. They refuse to conduct due diligence to protect the personal information of completely innocent persons in their data dumps. Absolutely criminal.___

2016-07-22 18:46:37 (10 comments; 2 reshares; 9 +1s; )Open 

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2016-07-22 18:41:13 (6 comments; 1 reshares; 25 +1s; )Open 

I've been hearing this nonsense for decades. Hell, there were people saying it back in the early days of FORTRAN and COBOL. Sure, there are areas where "automated" programming tools are (and will increasingly be) useful. But that alone fails to account for the vast expansion of IT and AI systems that are growing enormously in complexity and real-world impacts at incredible rates, and that need serious and complex software designs far beyond the ability of such tools in most cases. To put it another way, the world is going to need ever increasing numbers of software engineers for the foreseeable future. And yes, not everyone is suited for a career writing code. But it's damned useful for everyone to be exposed to the basics of software design, for the logical thinking that this requires if nothing else. Even if you never write a program professionally, learning to think logically is... more »

I've been hearing this nonsense for decades. Hell, there were people saying it back in the early days of FORTRAN and COBOL. Sure, there are areas where "automated" programming tools are (and will increasingly be) useful. But that alone fails to account for the vast expansion of IT and AI systems that are growing enormously in complexity and real-world impacts at incredible rates, and that need serious and complex software designs far beyond the ability of such tools in most cases. To put it another way, the world is going to need ever increasing numbers of software engineers for the foreseeable future. And yes, not everyone is suited for a career writing code. But it's damned useful for everyone to be exposed to the basics of software design, for the logical thinking that this requires if nothing else. Even if you never write a program professionally, learning to think logically is crucial. Especially today!___

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2016-07-22 18:27:04 (0 comments; 1 reshares; 6 +1s; )Open 

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2016-07-22 18:12:57 (0 comments; 1 reshares; 14 +1s; )Open 

By the way, I wholeheartedly support Google's efforts to bring Deep Thought AI to the display of comics on smartphones. I figure this has to be the best pushback against the AI Apocalypse paranoids yet devised. (If I could put this posting in a speech bubble quickly, I would.)

By the way, I wholeheartedly support Google's efforts to bring Deep Thought AI to the display of comics on smartphones. I figure this has to be the best pushback against the AI Apocalypse paranoids yet devised. (If I could put this posting in a speech bubble quickly, I would.)___

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2016-07-22 17:42:59 (4 comments; 3 reshares; 14 +1s; )Open 

Jeez I miss him.

Jeez I miss him.___

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2016-07-22 17:38:25 (4 comments; 0 reshares; 4 +1s; )Open 

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2016-07-22 17:36:27 (2 comments; 1 reshares; 3 +1s; )Open 

Attention Hive Mind #2: Does your company refuse to hire telecommuters or remote workers? Why?

I'm writing a feature story tentatively titled, "Why the Company You Want to Work For Won’t Hire Telecommuters," and I'd like your input.

Plenty of businesses are interested in hiring only onsite staff. I want to explain the viewpoints behind such policies – and then, ideally, address what it would take for those organizations to hire telecommuters or remote workers.

So I’d like to hear from two types of respondents:

* Someone who has been in a hiring role at an organization where the job requisitions typically say, “Local candidates only, please.” (Whether or not you’re in agreement with the policy.)

* Someone who’s applied to a job that says, “on site only” and gotten a remote job despite that requirement.
If you applied ... more »

Attention Hive Mind #2: Does your company refuse to hire telecommuters or remote workers? Why?

I'm writing a feature story tentatively titled, "Why the Company You Want to Work For Won’t Hire Telecommuters," and I'd like your input.

Plenty of businesses are interested in hiring only onsite staff. I want to explain the viewpoints behind such policies – and then, ideally, address what it would take for those organizations to hire telecommuters or remote workers.

So I’d like to hear from two types of respondents:

* Someone who has been in a hiring role at an organization where the job requisitions typically say, “Local candidates only, please.” (Whether or not you’re in agreement with the policy.)

* Someone who’s applied to a job that says, “on site only” and gotten a remote job despite that requirement.

If you applied to an “on-site only” job ad and got the gig anyway, there’s just one question: How’d you make that happen?

My questions are primarily for the people on the hiring side:

* Why does the person who does this job need to be on-site?
Please be specific. Give me examples of things that can only be done if she were in the office.

* Have you been in a position where you personally would be okay with an employee being a telecommuter, but a decision-maker deemed otherwise? How did you handle it?

* How has the policy affected your company’s ability to attract candidates?

* Have you hired someone for an in-the-office job, and later given permission for the individual to work from home? What happened to make the change okay?

* What is your previous experience with telecommuters?
How did the earlier experience inform your current attitudes towards the practice?

* What would it take for the company to change the no-telecommuters policy, even if only for one specific position?
For example, “If a rock star in my field applied for the job, we’d do anything to get him to say Yes – including letting him work remotely.” But there can be many other answers, and I’d very much like to hear yours.

* Do you have a different policy when it comes to working with freelancers? Why?___

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2016-07-22 17:33:10 (0 comments; 1 reshares; 3 +1s; )Open 

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2016-07-22 17:29:30 (5 comments; 0 reshares; 14 +1s; )Open 

I hope to see Googlers doing everything legal that they possibly can to help defeat the threat to our great country and the world represented by Donald Trump.

I hope to see Googlers doing everything legal that they possibly can to help defeat the threat to our great country and the world represented by Donald Trump.___

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2016-07-22 17:28:41 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 4 +1s; )Open 

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2016-07-22 16:47:51 (5 comments; 2 reshares; 19 +1s; )Open 

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