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Computers / Love Bug Virus #393770

CBS Evening News for Friday, May 05, 2000
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(No location given: Jim Axelrod) The continuing spread of the "Love Bug" virus through computers worldwide featured; details given of the spread of new forms of the virus. [PERSON - says it was a pain not to have e-mail.] [President CLINTON - says the government has fared well.] [CBS.com John HUFFSTUTLER - says the virus hit more than once.] [Symantec Corporation Carey NACHENBERG - says the cure was easy to make but hard to distribute.]

(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Manila, Philippines: Barry Petersen) Efforts to track down the author of the virus in the Philippines reported. [Trend Micro Philippines Jeffery SY - says the virus probably had a Philippine origin.] [SkyInet Toby AYRE - says a suspect was banned from his system.]

Axelrod, Jim;
Petersen, Barry;
Rather, Dan

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