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E-mails give few clues to ILOVEYOU author

Philippine-based Internet provider Access Net Inc. has turned over all information regarding the owner of an e-mail account contained in the ILOVEYOU worm to a joint task force of Philippine law enforcement officers and U.
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Philippine-based Internet provider Access Net Inc. has turned over all information regarding the owner of an e-mail account contained in the ILOVEYOU worm to a joint task force of Philippine law enforcement officers and U.S. embassy officials, a company executive said Thursday. "Being a free account, the writer(s) obviously capitalized on the anonymity that he/she could maintain," said Jose O. Carlotta, chief operating officer for the Pasig City, Philippines, company, in an e-mail interview. Full story to follow. -- Robert Lemos, ZDNet News

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