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Re: Microsoft Code Leak Invokes Issues Beyond Security 2  jago25_98   2004-04-30 13:40:58 
Re: Apple Rivals Ready Ways To Knock Off iTunes 5  rueyeet   2004-04-29 12:53:58 
Re: DVD Software Vendor Faces Consumer, Court Challenges 2  krboone   2004-04-26 19:44:39 
Re: Fighting Terrorism Through Technology 2  qe2cso   2004-04-24 05:20:12 
Re: Giga-Fretting over Gmail 3  jonnyleroy   2004-04-23 07:32:49 
Re: Warping Space and Time: NASA Puts Einstein on Trial 2  drew222   2004-04-23 00:54:33 
Re: Report Calls Internet 'Impossible' for Disabled Users 2  robksw   2004-04-19 07:50:24 
Re: Can Open-Source Software Survive an Audit? 64  sgt_jake   2004-04-15 08:14:40 
Re: Dell Sends Most New Jobs Overseas 2  antksmit   2004-04-14 14:52:57 
Re: The Myth of the Secure Operating System 5  msundman   2004-04-06 18:06:14 
Re: Sharp Brings Linux PDA to US 2  macemoneta   2004-04-02 17:51:56 
Re: Xbox v. PlayStation: Microsoft Throws Down the Gauntlet 9  braktune   2004-04-01 18:19:39 
Re: Canada Feds Rule Song Swapping Legal 2  Canadain   2004-04-01 14:00:10 
Re: Nobel Economist Praises IT Outsourcing 4  Slouch   2004-04-01 05:51:04 
Re: New Standard Would Let Devices Communicate by Touch 2  Hamsternator   2004-03-28 03:33:21 
Re: Google Pulls P2P Links Over Kazaa Copyright Claims 2  WRobN   2004-03-18 07:51:18 
Re: Symantec Report Puts Corporations, Consumers in Crosshairs 3  gstaines   2004-03-16 21:53:53 
Re: Superbloggers and the Future of Big Media 2  allyourtv   2004-03-16 09:22:54 
Re: Time To Clean Up the Nation's Telecom Mess 2  quiramj   2004-03-15 12:26:25 
Re: Robots Set To Race for $1 Million Prize 2  jetech   2004-03-12 07:24:31 

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Which Big Tech CEO that testified at the Congressional Antitrust Hearing on July 29 is the most trustworthy?
Jeff Bezos of Amazon
Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook
Sundar Pichai of Google
Tim Cook of Apple
All of them are equally trustworthy to some extent.
None of them are trustworthy whatsoever.