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> Our customers did. They wanted to be able to distinguish clearly between
> new and updated articles, because our news is updated for the most part
> when we make a mistake, and if we don't correct errors, people can die
> because their doctors gave them 150 instead of 15 mg of some drug.
> That could be any of you.
And more generally, the wire services update news stories all the time -- if
you read a breaking story on Yahoo!, then go back in half an hour, the odds
are that you'll be reading a slightly different version (with a new
quotation, an extra detail, an small correction, etc.).
All the best,