E-mail glitch reveals others' information
Women who logged on Thursday to iVillage.com, a Web site network devoted to women, found not only the typical discussions on breast-feeding and children but other people's private messages as well, prompting fears that their own personal comments might be revealed.
Each time the site's users logged on, they saw a different person's messages.
"I tried about seven or eight times and each time got a different users inbox, including someone I recognized from another message board at Parents Place," one of iVillage's Web sites, said Laurie Clark of Fenton, Michigan. Clark said she could access other peoples' messages, though she was careful only to read junk mail.
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