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May 14, 2010

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alexandra

I'm shocked about the fb way to "moderate contents" and it let me seriously think about to quit the fb site, because I always thought that it offers some support for all the HR activists in Asia I'm supporting there....
Thanks for opening my eyes on the freedom of speech in times of globalisation and the "western" arrogance of a higher and more developed standard of HR.

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