Online reaction

A sample of some of the information that agencies have recently removed

from the World Wide Web.

* Access to Social Security Personal Earnings and Benefits Estimate

Statements.

* Risk management plans that outline worst-case scenarios in industrial

chemical accidents.

* Military "lessons learned" reports that discuss sensitive operations

or service vulnerabilities.

* Federal employee information, including Social Security numbers,

birth dates, addresses and home phone numbers.

* Information intended for official use only.

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