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Democrats reveal an identity crisis by pretending to be what they're not
Topic - Jonathan Coopersmith
"If you can protect a few of your main icons, then you can say you've done your duty," Mr. Coopersmith said.
"Something that we've learned about the Internet is that corporations, universities and even individuals will go to great lengths to keep their names clean," said Jonathan Coopersmith, a history professor at Texas A&M University who has written extensively about technology and pornography.