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November 18, 2001

Libraries asked to destroy data
Los Angeles Times | Submitted by: Rogue Agent
"The document seemed innocuous enough: a survey of government data on reservoirs and dams on CD-ROM. But then came last month's federal directive to U.S. libraries: Destroy the report. So a Syracuse University library clerk broke the disc into pieces, saving a single shard to prove that the deed was done."

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Harry Potter Porn
San Francisco Chronicle | Submitted by: Soylent
"It's one thing to tolerate unauthorized Web tributes to everyone's favorite wizard-in-training, but the issue becomes much trickier when the copyright guardians are confronted by tales of hot boy-on-broomstick action." And, what finer tribute to the Internet's excellence?

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Dirty dishwater spurs FBI sweep
Associated Press | Submitted by: Soylent
Asif Kazi's sink clogged and he dumped the dirty dishwater out behind his house. Someone saw this, oops, and things soon spiraled out of control: "More than 30 FBI agents and a hazardous materials team participated in raids Tuesday at Kazi's home and a nearby building owned by Dr. Ishad Shaikh, another Pakistani native, who has been the city health commissioner since 1994."

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Mom charged for turning her pre-teen into stripper
Penn Patriot-News | Submitted by: Soylent
"Police said the owners paid the [12 year old] girl to perform nude or partially nude dances for club patrons and Harris split the pay with her daughter. Harris denied the girl's statements in police interviews, saying she told her daughter to stop the dancing because it was wrong, said police." [Clearly, we go to all the wrong clubs.]

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