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On Glenn Beck's Fox News program on July 31, 2009, Fox anchor Kimberly Guilfoyle suggested that clicking on the government's Cash for Clunkers Web page (cars.gov) would give the government complete access to your home computer.
The site did contain language that suggested the government could get into the user's computer files. But it was only on the part of the site accessed by dealers completing Cash for Clunkers transactions, not the general public.
On Aug. 3, the Transportation Department took the language off the site, and we think they deserve some of the blame for the confusion here.
But we ruled Guilfoyle's warnings about Big Brother worming its way into the home computers of an unsuspecting public False.