Garth Bruen writes to report: "On Tuesday, high-tech heavy hitters — including Google and Microsoft — announced support for a new non-profit organization pledged to back the Obama administration's effort to crackdown on illegal internet pharmacies. The group, composed of companies that service 'choke points' on the internet, is being formed in response to the President's call for private efforts to police online drug peddlers, according to Bloomberg/Businessweek."
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