Misdirected Email Sparks Furor over Nuclear Safety

The New York Times reports that a misdirected email was the source of leaked confidential information calling into question the safety of the Pilgrim Nuclear Power Plant in Plymouth Massachusetts. The Times reports:

"One by one, ordinary residents confronted the federal regulators, telling them during a three-hour meeting Tuesday night that the Pilgrim Nuclear Power Plant here was not safe and needed to be shut down.
"Their chief piece of evidence? An internal email written Dec 6 by the leader of the federal inspection team and sent accidentally -- thanks to autofill in the "to" line -- to Diane Turco, a citizen activist opposed to the plant."

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