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December 2, 1997updated 01 Sep 2016 3:35pm


By CBR Staff Writer

There’s some wacky people out there in cyberspace but now a group of generally elderly men who enjoy wearing long blonde wigs and spend much of their time administering punishment are getting internet training at the expense of the UK government. According to the Daily Telegraph, Britain’s judges have been surfing the net so that they can put their judgments on the Lord Chancellor’s web pages. The move is being delayed because of fears that the system is not sufficiently secure to prevent wicked hackers having fun at the judge’s expense.

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