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Instantaneous global communications have given all of us a window...
Form Global paradox by John Naisbitt
Instantaneous global communications have given all of us a window on the world through which can be seen both the wonder of it all and the things that makes us wonder about it all. Throughout history there have pushed the walls of the ethical envelope to the breaking point. Persecution, "ethnic cleansing," bribery, swindles, and scandals are hardly, unique to this century.
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