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That's right, we figured that the Letters thing every week was a bit too, well... long. So we've come up a different format. Hence the list below. Click on a link to see the responses to that letter. We've been caught a little short on time this week, so there are only four categories.

We encourage you lovely readers to email and tell us what you think. Hate/Love, different ideas, suggestions etc etc. We'd like to know. We'd also have liked to use the cliché "it's your Web site" but it's not, it's ours. You read it, we write it. It's worked so far so we're not changing now.

Cybersquatting - the solution!
We came up with a solution to cybersquatting and asked for opinions. It was interesting and flawed, apparently.

Video Games root of all evil
Andrew read USA Today and despaired.

The Rozzers don't know what they're on about
We criticised the police for their inability to trace emails. A top copper wasn't happy with his lot, then our readers set him straight.

Blood lust over BT hack attack
BT's web sites got nobbled by a Reg reader, dissatisfied with their service. His actions have been applauded.

That's all for this week. Have a good weekend. Hopefully the weather will hold up. ®

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