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Speaking of Justin Harris: Cleaning up the record

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BEYOND REACH OF EDITING: Someone is cleaning up the Wikipedia entry on Justin Harris. But a simple search of Google illustrates the futility of suppressing facts in the Internet era.
  • BEYOND REACH OF EDITING: Someone is cleaning up the Wikipedia entry on Justin Harris. But a simple search of Google illustrates the futility of suppressing facts in the Internet era.

Computer geeks with a little time might want to take a look at the heavy editing underway on Rep. Justin Harris' Wikipedia page. Gnomes are hard at work editing out references to news of the rehoming controversy. 

It is impossible to similarly edit Google, Bing, Yahoo and so on.

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