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IDG Contributor Network: Ted Koppel’s new book tells a good story but lacks facts

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    President George Bush attended a grocer’s convention in 1992 and the New York Times erroneously wrote that Bush was amazed at the scanning technology. While this was clearly not the case, the inaccurate article led to criticism that Bush was out of touch with the average American.

    In the just released Lights Out: A Cyberattack, A Nation Unprepared, Surviving the Aftermath, (Crown 055341996X) noted broadcast journalist Ted Koppel has written a book that makes him seem out of touch with the subject he is writing about.

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