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Gay hate goes unpunished

The Star Observer reports that ADF members who joined a gay-hate Facebook page in 2010 will not be punished, but will instead receive written warnings and advice about their social networking security.

Read more at the Star Observer.

About the Author
Author: Vince Chong
Vince is the President of DEFGLIS. He is a project manager and an electronics engineer.
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