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Web Vigilantes

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Web Vigilantes

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E-mail scams, Internet worms, spyware programs, electronic outlaws that thrive on the frontiers of cyberspace — it's enough to make angry Web citizens take the law into their own hands. NPR's Neal Conan and guests look at Internet vigalantes.

Guests:

Tom Liston
*One of the volunteer handlers for the Internet Storm Center

Andrew Brandt
*PC World senior associate editor

Jonathan Land
*Runs "The Spam Letters" Web site, compiling funny replies to spams and scams
*Author of The Spam Letters

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