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  • n. Plural form of gatekeeper.


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  • Allowing big telecoms to become Internet gatekeepers is bad for free speech, bad for consumer choice, and bad for the innovation economy.

    Make Net Neutrality real

  • It's also clear that the elimination of the for-profit gatekeepers is not on the table.

    Health Care Reform’s Odds - Swampland -

  • And I think the resistance to the news gatekeepers is a good thing.

    I meant to link to ...

  • So much for all your earlier railings against the media-as-gatekeepers from a year or two a ago.

    Correcting the facts and missing the truth « BuzzMachine

  • In my experience, one of the first questions asked of the biopharmaceutical company CEO when trying to raise money from the financial gatekeepers is the patent status of the company's product or technology.

    The Impact of Biotechnology on the Health-Care Industry

  • J.C.H.: The biggest obstacle was receiving approval from the "gatekeepers" -- professionals in the publishing industry -- regarding my work.

    An Interview with Innovative Author J.C. Hutchins

  • Most of us "gatekeepers" - usually without reflecting on our responsibilities to the people, mostly as simply a matter of personal choice or feelings - did not take on the job of giving the people that choice.

    Blue Mass. Group - Front Page

  • As the intermediary "gatekeepers" - editors and publishers-are increasingly circumvented, the burden of discovering good writing shifts to the already overwhelmed and distracted reader.

    Robert Peake

  • Gatekeeper materials Tips for training "gatekeepers" -- the receptionists, telephone operators, and others at Jewish organizations who have initial contact with individuals looking for information. for improving your web site's search engine placement, with instructions on how to set up a paid search (e.g. Google AdWords) account.

  • Under normal situations, the gatekeepers are the Internet Service Providers (ISPs) and they are the ones at whom Open Internet policies are usually targeted.

    Art Brodsky: Our Open Internet Under Siege


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