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After soliciting comment from the Internet audience at large, the Federal Election Commission receives a nearly unanimous appeal: Don't mess with the Net.
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Former presidential candidate and publishing magnate Steve Forbes tells government officials gathered at ComNet '97 to leave the technology industry alone.