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Device location was factor in reaction

Chicago police Commander Wayne Gulliford at a press conference with retrieved electronic advertising devices. Chicago police Commander Wayne Gulliford at a press conference with retrieved electronic advertising devices. (M. SPENCER GREEN/ASSOCIATED PRESS)
By Mac Daniel
Globe Staff / February 2, 2007

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In six of the nine other cities where the Turner Broadcasting System guerrilla ads were installed, they were not placed on or near major highways, bridges, or transit hubs, as they were in Boston. (Full article: 955 words)

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