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What If a Former President Gave a Keynote Address with Zero Social Media Allowed?

No Tweeting. No live-blogging. No Facebook posting. No social-media use. No reporting at all. North Korea? No: Former President Bill Clinton‘s keynote address at salesforce.com‘s annual Dreamforce cloud-computing convention, being held at the Moscone Center in San Francisco Dec. 6-8.

ReadWriteWeb reported that it received the following notice from The Outcast Agency, the public-relations firm for salesforce.com:

PLEASE NOTE: President Clinton’s representatives have mandated that there be absolutely no reporting during his session. That includes live blogging, Tweeting, Facebook posting, or use of any other social media. We understand the inconvenience this may present, but greatly appreciate your compliance. Thank you.

The real question is: How will this be enforced?

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