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Candidates debate Internet pros and cons

Al Gore and George W. Bush take stands on online child protections and filtering during televised debates, but suggest compromises in resolving file-swapping and copyright issues in a cyberdebate.

     

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    Al Gore and George W. Bush take stands on online child protections and filtering during televised debates, but suggest compromises in resolving file-swapping and copyright issues in a cyberdebate. Green Party candidate Ralph Nader, however, isn't participating in either arena.

     


    Candidates offer insights to Net policies
    As Al Gore and George W. Bush spar over a variety of issues, they each promise to use the Net to solve some of the nation's ills.

    Presidential candidates drawn into Napster debate
    Where do George W. Bush and Al Gore stand on Napster and copyright claims, the issue that has taken the Net by storm?

    Net forum not acceptable to Nader camp
    Locked out of the televised presidential debates, Green Party candidate Ralph Nader appears to be staging a lone boycott of the only other game in town: the Internet.