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July 18, 2012

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Darren McKinney

Privacy agreements and other rules-of-use that online service providers obligate consumers to consent to drag on for six pages and more because they must attempt to minimize the threat of costly lawsuits posed by parasitic plaintiffs' lawyers.

So it's rather hypocritical of Sen. Franken to take issue with such privacy agreements since he frequently does the political bidding of those very same plaintiffs' lawyers in exchange for their generous campaign contributions.

Darren McKinney
American Tort Reform Association
Washington, D.C.

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