Netizens everwhere rushed online to read the independent counsel's report on the presidential sex scandal. And despite widespread fears of crashes, networking backbones and servers survive the stampede.
News sites weather Starr storm
Sites that published the full Starr report are rewarded with record-breaking traffic numbers, but they manage to hold up under pressure.
Public stampede to the report
Net backbones handle heavy traffic
Full text of the Starr report
CNET Radio: Starr report shines online
Filter firms make most of Starr report
Ironic time for Net content hearing
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