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Re: Asia Mends Data Cables, Plans Aternative Routings

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Fri, 29 Dec 2006 19:25:17 -0500

In article <>, reuters@telecom- says:

> By Jon Herskovitz

> Ships set sail on Friday to mend cables damaged by earthquakes off
> Taiwan that cut communication in Asia, while companies found new
> routes for their data to flow to prevent another disruption.

> Service was back to normal on the last business day of the year with
> telecoms companies securing new routes via land and satellite to
> restore communication -- ending outages that affected banks and
> brokerages from Seoul to Sydney.

That's why there was a brief hiatus of spam in my inbox. I kept
wondering why it dropped from a volume of over 100 per day to less than
3 per day.

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