Three decades ago, when the states began to enact laws requiring public bodies to open the doors of their meetings and the drawers where they kept their documents, the wristwatch TV communicator was still just a futuristic idea in the Dick Tracy comic strip. Today, the chisel-jawed detective would use his Timex not only to call the office, but also to check his eMail and send graphic files of fingerprints from the crime scene. It seems like modern technology has the answer for just about everything.


But with all the new answers come many even-newer questions. When the possibilities seem unlimited,

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