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 <!-- MAIN CONTENT -->  <!-- MAIN CONTENT -->
 <?php require(NOTES2); ?>  
 <p><strong>BugMeNot</strong> is an extension that enables the user to bypass compulsory web site registration, i.e. the  <p><strong>BugMeNot</strong> is an extension that enables the user to bypass compulsory web site registration, i.e. the
 New York Times. Most users who try and read an article are linked to a splash site, where they are urged to register  New York Times. Most users who try and read an article are linked to a splash site, where they are urged to register
 for their free account in order to view the content. The problem with mandatory registrations is that most people will  for their free account in order to view the content. The problem with mandatory registrations is that most people will
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 <p>The <a href="http://www.bugmenot.com">BugMeNot website</a> was created for people to bypass these sites with user created  <p>The <a href="http://www.bugmenot.com">BugMeNot website</a> was created for people to bypass these sites with user created
 names and passwords. This extension simply links your current URL to their database via the right-click context menu.</p>  names and passwords. This extension simply links your current URL to their database via the right-click context menu.</p>
 <p>BugMeNot is compatibile with current Mozilla builds, Firefox 0.8, and the upcoming Firefox 0.9.</p>  <p>BugMeNot is compatibile with current Mozilla builds, Firefox 0.8, and the upcoming Firefox 0.9.</p>
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 <?php $author="ehamiter@gmail.com"; require(NOTES); ?>

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