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Californians trust tech companies but want regulations to rein them in

The tech industry is the most-trusted sector in California, but two-thirds of residents in the Bay Area — home of Silicon Valley — think it has been underregulated, according to a survey by public relations firm Edelman. There’s an apparent paradox between trust in the tech industry and a desire for more regulation as thorny […]
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