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Is "indifferent of" correct in this sentence? Is it ever correct? Should I replace "of" with something?

"In regards to hacking, do you approve, disapprove, or are you indifferent of the practice?"

Thank you.

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    "to" or "toward" ... the practice – user98990 Mar 18 '15 at 23:43
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It is correct, but you should add to, toward, or towards before it. Also, you should replace regards with regard. While it's not technically incorrect (according to some; there is debate), it sounds more professional.

So the sentence should be:

"In regard to hacking, do you approve, disapprove, or are you indifferent to the practice?"

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