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Destruction May Lurk Behind Your Files

By Troy Dunham

IF YOU haven't heard about Microsoft Corp. Windows' "alternate data streams," you will. At the very least, you will hear about the effects of this little-known feature of the Windows NT/2000/XP operating systems.

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By David Whelan

LAWYERS HAVE never before had so many options for constant access to the Internet. Cable and digital subscriber lines (DSL) offer two of the most economical routes to fast Internet connections. In fact, a 2001 American Bar Association survey indicated that nearly one-third of lawyers who access the Internet used either a DSL or cable connection.

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