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COMPUTING GIANTS


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End Note:

The president has deleted his family from his e-mail address book.
President Bush last month told the American Society of Newspaper Editors that during his campaign travels he had exchanged frequent e-mail messages with family and friends. But now, 'I don't want those e-mails to be in the public domain,' Reuters news service quoted Bush as saying. The president added that his administration will cooperate with Freedom of Information Act requests for his e-mail if doing so doesn't jeopardize national security.

'Susan M. Menke

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