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French Bigwigs Told To Ditch BlackBerrys

In a move that surely has this guy snooping around a bit more than usual, French defense experts have told their government officials to stop using BlackBerrys, lest those dastardly American spies steal state secrets from servers in North America. Never mind that the biggest state secret in France is probably a soufflé recipe.

Oh, we're just kidding. France was your editor's home for almost five years and was a wonderful place to live. And the soufflés were tremendous.

In the words of mes amis français, "Bon week-end." We'll be back for more next week.

Posted by Lee Pender on 06/22/2007 at 1:20 PM


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