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CPSR Policy Statement on the Year 2000 Problem

CPSR believes that governments and organizations worldwide must immediately address the very serious threat posed to individuals, organizations, governments, and economies by the Year 2000 computer problem, a threat that could disrupt our economic and social systems.

We will seek to promote awareness, mitigation, contingency planning, and preparedness. In particular, CPSR will seek to speak and act for the segments of society which do not have extensive resources or organized groups to speak for them. We will seek to foster a sense of urgency at all levels local, national and global, while helping the public and the media understand and prepare for the impact of the Y2k problem.

Finally, we will urge government and business leaders to step up to this challenge and provide leadership, education, and prevention.

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