DOI e-mail server was temporarily disconnected
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FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 2003

The Department of Interior temporarily disconnected an e-mail server from the Internet, Government Computer News reports.

The server was taken down Wednesday evening and brought up the next day. The department had concerns that it was not meeting a court order to protect Indian trust data.

Get the Story:
Interior yanks Norton’s e-mail server overnight (Government Computer News 4/24)
Court raps Interior on American Indian trust system (Government Computer News 4/22)
Interior withheld info on TAAMS (Federal Computer Week 4/22)

Relevant Links:
Indian Trust: Cobell v. Norton -
Cobell v. Norton, Department of Justice -
Indian Trust, Department of Interior -

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