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Wrongly Sent Email

The New York Times may have set a new record for sending an accidental email.  There are tales of email being sent outorganization-wide, but nothing on the scale of what the New York Times just did.  An email meant for 300 people was sent to 8 million.  Oops!

Originally Posted at Concurring Opinions

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