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Part 2 of the article about the use of the internet for the broadcast of a gang rape of a Brazilian teenager and suggestions to reduce the incidence of such behaviour by Nigel Morris-Cotterill, author, Cleaning up the 'Net
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It's not a Trojan Horse, it's not a dolphin with a limpet mine attached to its back and it's not a rat with a lighted stick of dynamite taped onto its back running into its own oblivion. No, it's cat, coolly walking into a prison, through the main gate, with hacksaw blades, a mobile phone and other contraband held on with clear sticky tape. A break-out Kit-e-Kat (say that in mock Portuspanish and it kind of works)

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Given Ferrari's history of stress-testing and even breaking the rules, often with the support of stewards and the FIA, it's a bit rich that they asked the FIA to review the stewards' decision over a pass by Sebastian Vettel on Verne in the Brazilian Grand Prix.

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Fans were exhausted, commentators were breathless, drivers were either elated to seemingly dangerous degree or as flat as a flat thing. And all because the Brazilian Grand Prix, the last race of the 2012 Formula One season, was impossibly exciting. If anyone ever mentions a traffic-light grand-prix, tell them to watch this for the moments the lights went out, the world went crazy. And it didn't stop until the leaders had already finished

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