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s that protection from sanctions should predominate over other considerations in the limited area of losses from routine operations of information systems. As the Advisory Committee properly noted: when dealing with complex information systems, "reasonable steps do not always preserve everything. Things slip through. That is the point of safe harbor."

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Source:wistechnology.com By Juan Ramirez 06/18/07


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