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Voting For A Tech Savvy Prez?

mrneutron2003 (1106301) writes | more than 6 years ago

The Internet 1

mrneutron2003 writes "Here in the states Presidential primaries are just around the corner, and TechCrunch founder Michael Arrington has decided to get involved in the process with a tech-savvy twist. TechCrunch has set up a new sub-domain, primaries.techcrunch.com , for the sole purpose of polling it's huge userbase for the candidate they believe understands and represents them on many key technology based issues.

At the site you can vote for your candidate as you see him or her, based on their stands on such important issues as Net Neutrality, Immigration and H1B Visas ,Taxes & Internet Taxes, Technology Education, The Digital Divide, Identity Theft The Upcoming Mobile Spectrum Auction, China, Intellectual Property Rights and Renewable Energy. Head over and let your voice be heard .
http://www.fastsilicon.com/latest-news/voting-for-a-tech-savvy-prez.html"

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Presto Vivace (882157) | more than 6 years ago | (#21778592)

I'm surprised and disappointed that Arrington didn't mention net neutrality
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