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Another Clinton Gets on Board with "Internet Freedom"

BY Nancy Scola | Thursday, March 17 2011

In a speech last night at ICANN's San Francisco meeting that managed pack in talk of everything from subatomic muon particles to Neanderthal genes to aging to rebuilding Haiti, Bill Clinton found the time to praise his wife's work on the "Internet freedom" front. Allowing himself "a little home cookin'," the former president said, "I'm really proud of the positions the Secretary of State has staked out on this whole issue."

(Observation: you've never seen anyone more excited than Bill Clinton to talk about muons who wasn't a muon scientist.)

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