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June 9, 1997updated 05 Sep 2016 12:59pm


By CBR Staff Writer

Embarrassed software vendor Symantec Corp must be questioning its decision to set up in Eugene, Oregon – a city which clearly holds its civil liberties very dear. CNET reports that the company has been targeted by local nudists, who arrived clad in little but smears of mud to protest outside its offices last week, believing that the company backed a proposed anti-nudity bill; Symantec denies the charges and insists there’s been no cover-up over covering-up. It seems that upright but unauthorized zealots within Symantec used headed paper to protest about Eugene’s less- than-puritanical dress-code, which allows shoppers to go topless in the local mall.


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