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No 10's leaked memo reveals faults in RIP bill
17 July 2000

'If hackers can access the government's site, it sends a highly pessimistic message to companies around the world planning to do electronic business with UK companies. And, of course, individuals as well.' link

Posted by SteveC at 05:02 PM Mon 17 Jul 2000 Categories: Cost to industry , The Guardian