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September 1, 1997updated 03 Sep 2016 4:31pm


By CBR Staff Writer

Dillons, the respected chain of UK bookstores, has encountered an embarrassing problem as it prepares a website to join the rush to capture online business. While it has no problem obtaining its name and has high hopes that will soon be bookmarked by every bibliophile, the company is unhappy, according to a report in the Times, that anyone who erroneously contacts in search of a bestseller could be in for a surprise. For the latter site offers naked schoolgirls and interactive sex – not the kind of experiences with which Dillons likes to be linked.

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