Misprint in Educational Magazine Leads Fourth-Graders to Adult Web Site

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Misprint in Educational Magazine Leads Fourth-Graders to Adult Web Site was an article distributed by Associated Press in 2002 December.[1]

The article says animal activist Laura Nirenberg discovered that Indiana Studies Weekly had misprinted "fur.org" (fur-trade website) as "fur.com".[2]

The article was published in the Post-Tribune of Indiana on 2002 December 13 with the title of School Publication Blind-sited.[3]

[edit] References

  1. The Nice * View topic - The Corruption of Our Youth!. Retrieved 2009 December 7.
  2. Misprint Directs Elementary Students To Adult Furry Web Site. Retrieved 2009 December 7.
  3. Article: School publication blind-sited. Retrieved 2009 December 7.
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