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UW Academic ADL Co-Lab joins worldwide effort against slavery

MADISON The U.S. Department of Defense has chosen a University of Wisconsin lab to create the electronic training programs that will underpin the federal government's attempts to curb modern slavery worldwide.

President Bush signed a directive this February mandating zero tolerance toward

Source:wistechnology.com By Dedee Wojtal 08/30/04


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