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Old 10-26-2006, 12:54 AM   #1
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Sometimes the comments are better than the story: "[Announcer] Today's guest is Sam Higgins, who insisted that security in regards to Firefox is "a concern but it needs to have a proper cost benefit analysis done and is dependant on the organization's protection strategy..." [Chip] Mr. Higgins has had a pacemaker installed in his chest. It has been designed to run based on whether Internet Explorer keeps from being hacked..."



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