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Harvey Weinstein just went from most powerful man in Hollywood to punching bag -- and while he deserved this, perhaps greater attention should go toward taking aggressive measures to prevent future Weinsteins -- and there will be future Weinsteins. We need to stop acting surprised when this stuff comes out and instead take stronger steps to prevent it in the future. Given how widely known this behavior evidently was, it is hard not to argue that Weinstein's board also may be responsible, something I expect few other boards will miss.


Re: Fighting Off the Harvey Weinsteins of the World Through Technology
Posted by: techsticsinfo 2017-10-27 23:34:15 In reply to: Rob Enderle
By the way, before this is over, I completly expect that guys in SAG-AFTRA management will be implicated either as predators themselves or as enablers, so it would be wise for them to get ahead of this proactively.

This article needs to be reprinted in every entertainment industry trade publication and all the media that cover the entertainment industry. Hopefully TechNewsWorld's marketing or PR people are familiar with the process of promoting reprints in other publications.
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