White House Makes Security Changes to Web Site Following Complaints Over E-Mails

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    The White House on Monday implemented several new changes to its Web site, apparently aimed at reducing the number of people who receive unsolicited e-mails from the administration and at battling charges that it's collecting personal information on critics.

    After the White House took heat for asking people to report "fishy" information about health care reform, the e-mail address set up for that purpose became inactive Monday.

    It's unclear whether the White House pulled the plug on the controversial account, flag@whitehouse.gov, or whether there is a bug in the system.

    But the error message that shows up indicates it is a permanent change.

    "The email address you just sent a message to is no longer in service," the message says. "We are now accepting your feedback about health insurance reform via: http://www.whitehouse.gov/realitycheck."








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    :lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol:
     
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    That's a shame.
     
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    actually, it's an admission it was exactly what people were saying it was
     
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