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Re: Babble, lawful ? alex

Posted by ert on November 19, 2020, at 10:41:22

In reply to Re: Babble, lawful ? ert, posted by alexandra_k on November 19, 2020, at 5:51:13

It can establish unwanted doctor-patient relationships. e.g. younger and uneducated participants maybe think that this is in any case good because it is run by a doctor and they trust. A connection is established between them by uploading data. But in fact the uploader who is a doctor rips them off (and those who give grants) because he doesnt inform them informed about their rights that they have choice. They wont have choice and money is generated. That they wont have choice but it could help is not a justification that this doctor does not abide by the laws. How does he know that it helps? I could be that it damages more.

But, yeah, as I said before it started in the year 1998. the most established asynchronous chat tool was usenet this time. Dont know if there was something else.

Ardern obviously got reelected. Have you applied at Arderns office? They maybe need people with good writing skills. Its great that youre (likely) virus free. Do they grow garlic and basil in NZ? -My husband likes that.




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