Funny how the slip of a mouse can create a roar. TWA's weekly "Dot Com Deals" newsletter, which shoots subscribers bargain basement info on airfares, offered its readers a
bonus in a recent publication - the email addresses of many fellow subscribers. Perhaps if the airline accidentally gave all subscribers free air miles there wouldn't be all the
hubbub. But as it stands, lawyers have begun circling because of privacy infringements. A TWA spokesperson apologized for the mistake and tried softening the blow by saying
subscribers only received a piece of the list, as it related to their own email address alphabetically. Too bad people with rogue intentions aren't confined to one part of the