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July 8, 1997updated 05 Sep 2016 12:33pm

IN-FLIGHT COMPUTING COULD BE VERY COSTLY

By CBR Staff Writer

For those of us with a healthy fear of flying, the last thing we feel like doing is spending what could be our final moments catching up with some work on the office laptop, but now we have an even better excuse: two-year jail sentences or fines of 100,000DM ($57,500) are being handed out to passengers by German authorities on German-registered aircraft for unlawful use of any personal electronic device.

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