Editor,

The lessons of the pandemic will linger. As a therapist, I depend on interacting with people. I didn’t want patients to suffer during the shutdown and needed to find new ways to connect.

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Terence Y

Thanks for your letter, Ms. Parker. Millions of folks are appreciative of technology for both personal and professional reasons. One has to wonder who is funding this anti-tech legislation and whether this legislation is aimed at harming competition. If so, we’ll ultimately see another set of laws that will be struck down. Let’s hope it doesn’t get to that point. In the meantime, I’m sure companies will take advantage of their quid pro quo with lawmakers and benefit, to the detriment of their competitors.

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