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<blockquote>"I’ll start this chapter by repeating a set of questions from midway through the previous chapter:</blockquote>  
 
<blockquote>"I’ll start this chapter by repeating a set of questions from midway through the previous chapter:</blockquote>  
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Where should the boundary fall, between the permitted and the impermissible? What is the method to tell whether a particular item of food or medicine is suitable to be freely bought and sold, as opposed to needing regulation? What safety regulations should employers be obliged to observe, in their treatment of employees or contractors? Which new technologies need careful monitoring (such as hazardous new biochemicals), and which can have all details freely published on the open Internet?"
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Where should the boundary fall, between the permitted and the impermissible? What is the method to tell whether a particular item of food or medicine is suitable to be freely bought and sold, as opposed to needing regulation? What safety regulations should employers be obliged to observe, in their treatment of employees or contractors? Which new technologies need careful monitoring (such as hazardous new biochemicals), and which can have all details freely published on the open Internet?"
    
==Technoprogressive decision-making==
 
==Technoprogressive decision-making==
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