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Mark Dubois: Hey Buddy, Wanna Buy A Lead

, The Connecticut Law Tribune

Computers now have an unsettling ability to offer you goods or services apparently based on the fact that you once searched for something. Thus, it seems that every time I go online to read the New York Times, I will see side-bar and pop-up ads for bicycles, tattoos, and (I have no idea why) body part enhancement. Lately, folks have been offering me "leads" to clients who need legal services.

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