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Clinton video rolls online

As the president's videotaped grand jury testimony is released, news sites grapple with both bandwidth and ethical issues in posting it.

As the president's videotaped grand jury testimony is released, news sites grapple with both bandwidth and ethical issues in posting it.

Sites field heavy traffic, issues
update Online media companies grapple with new complications in the wake of the release of the president's videotaped grand jury testimony.

Video report can be dangerous surfing
Downloading President Clinton's video testimony or spamming the office on the Starr report could land employees in hot water.

Markets react to Clinton video
update Stocks fall hard as investors gauge the damage of President Clinton's video testimony but recover as the initial shock is absorbed.

The Net's critical role in the scandal
news analysis For several months, the Internet has played a crucial and controversial role in the disclosures surrounding the White House scandal.

Clinton regrets "intimate contact"
In the president's videotaped grand jury testimony, he says he regrets the "inappropriate intimate contact" he had with Monica Lewinsky.

Starr report hits the Net
special coverage Netizens everwhere rush online to read the independent counsel's report, and the Internet withstands the crush.