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This is Texinfo edition 2.3 of `eegtti.texi' as of 12 September 1994.
This document was initially created by Jörg Heitkötter on August 27, 1993.

The Texinfo edition originated from plain ASCII text file
`/pub/Net_info/Big_Dummy/bigdummy.txt' versions 1.0 to 2.2,
that was later renamed to `/pub/Net_info/EFF_Net_Guide/netguide.eff' version 2.21,
on the Electronic Frontier Foundation's server ftp.eff.org.

Copyright (C) 1993, 1994  EFF, The Electronic Frontier Foundation. All rights reserved.

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