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From: aultl at comcast.net (Les Ault)
Subject: Is the FBI using email Web bugs?

Yes they are, according to this post on slashdot:
http://slashdot.org/comments.pl?sid=91830&cid=7902884

The poster appearently asked the reporter and the reporter said that it 
was commonly called a "Webbug" but he was using the terminology in the 
goverment search warrent.


Richard M. Smith wrote:

>Hmm, is an "Internet Protocol Address Verifier" just an email Web bug?  If
>so, the suspect should have been using Outlook 2003 which blocks 'em. ;-)
> 
>Richard
>  
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<snip>

> 
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*Les Ault*
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