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July 17, 2012

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Lee Beck

Why "Facebook" and "Twitter"? Doesn't the FTC's selection of premium or preferred "social media" create commercial preferences over other "social media" or no media at all? Did the FTC provide direct access to these discussions? Does the FTC's choice "disenfranchise" those of us who do not participate in such "social" media? Seems to me that the FTC has many more questions to answer.

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