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March 27th, 2009
The challenge with all emerging liabilities is to identify risk potentialities at an early stage, and well before they become the subject of court action.
Technology is no exception and with rapid innovation companies can find it difficult to keep up with the risks.
Nanotechnology is a good example.
And it's one where you get a sense that the complexity of the technology involved combined with the potential for media hype could make a dangerous cocktail.
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