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By | Drew Cullen 1st April 2009 11:36

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Narrowcasting for the email classes

Today, The Register launches a weekly IT security email newsletter. This contains the headlines and links of all the security articles we produce – up to 30 a week. Sign up here.

If there is enough take-up, we might produce copy special to this newsletter, as they sometimes say in the US. But don’t hold your breath. Our main goal is to make it easier for our many email-centric readers to get all our IT security stories in one place, without having to negotiate 200 or so headlines for stories that are not security related.

For people who like their narrowcasting in other formats, you can make your own email or RSS alerts (put in your search term on our search page and follow the links on the right hand side of the search form) or get our security feed here.

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