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Unilever, in a survey being released Nov. 13 that was taken before last week's elections, said 53% of male and 54% female Web surfers believe voting should be allowed on the Internet. The survey also found that 54% of men and 42% of women say the Internet is one of the main ways they keep up on politics and election news. Almost two-thirds of respondents--65% of men and 61% of women--say they seek health information on the Internet before they consult their doctors.

24/7 Media's stock plunged when the company warned of slower near-term growth and earnings. The ad network said it planned to cut 200 jobs.

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