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FREMONT, CALIF. - President Bill Clinton's willingness to do what he can to boost Silicon Valley's economy apparently has its limits." />
FREMONT, CALIF. - President Bill Clinton's willingness to do what he can to boost Silicon Valley's economy apparently has its limits." />

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Clinton Votes Against Logitech Print Ad By Daniel S. Levin

FREMONT, CALIF. - President Bill Clinton's willingness to do what he can to boost Silicon Valley's economy apparently has its limits.

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Logitech Corp. here recently received a polite but firm letter from the White House asking the computer peripheral maker to stop running an ad featuring a photograph of the president.
The ad, created by Woolward & Partners/S.F., uses a picture of Clinton gesturing with his hands to comically illustrate how easy it is to install the ScanMan EasyTouch.
According to the letter, the White House has had a long-standing policy that prohibits the use of the ‘image, words, or activities of the President in commercial advertising.’

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