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Kyle Russell is a reporter at Business Insider. He also writes and edits a
blog about politics, techology, and media
and serves as Technology Director for the
Californians for Responsible Economic Development.
He has previously worked for Caruso Affiliated in Los Angeles and BitMob (now GamesBeat) in San Francisco. He currently attends the University of California, Berkeley.
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