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Shaming the Rioters

Since last Wednesday's riot, there's been a vigorous effort to identify those responsible through social media sites. But Richard Rosenberg, President of the BC Freedom of Information and Privacy Association, is among the people who aren't comfortable with all of this public naming and shaming.

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