July 4, 2012On July Fourth, America celebrates its independence.In the summer of 1776, 13 disenfranchised colonies spoke. It took days for their declaration to be printed and distributed throughout the colonies, and it took weeks for it to be seen across the Atlantic.Today, such a document could be published and shared with the world in seconds. More than any time in history, more people in more places have the ability to have their voices heard.Powering these voices are billions of Internet connections around the world—people on their mobile phones, tablets, laptops and desktops. The Internet is a powerful platform that makes it easier for people to speak, to assemble, and to be heard. This is true no matter where freedom is taking root.Yet we’ve only just begun to see what a free and open Internet can do for people and for the freedom we cherish.Today we’re sharing a video we made to celebrate our freedom and the tools that support it. Please take a moment to watch it, share it with your friends, and add your voice.Join us in supporting a free and open Internet.Posted by Susan Molinari, Vice President of Public Policy and Government Affairs, AmericasLabels: free expression
At least her name doesn't seem to be in this revolving door list:
... I wouldn't hire her to wipe the dog's backside.
And why would anyone give these losers a job!
......My guess is that the only reason no big tech company has hired Bernie Madoff as CFO is that he won't be free for the next 150 years.
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