Fox Firing Raises Question of Internet Privacy

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Should a public person lose their job over a private indiscretion? No, according to a survey of Hamden residents.
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pam franco

New Haven, CT

#1 Nov 20, 2012
This is just plain stupid and I am so surprised that Geoff Fox did not use more caution in that area. It is a sad day to lose him again, the "don't go to sleep yet" will surely be missed by many.

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