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It’s Time for Tech Companies to Adopt a ‘Do No Harm’ Approach

Founders and investors need a new code of ethics

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Co-authored with Carrie Barron, MD, and Nicco Mele

TTransformational change cannot occur suddenly — and sudden changes rarely turn out to be transformational. It’s clear that common practices at many of our largest tech platforms must change, but hoping…




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