First we had the Starr report online, now everyone is racing to make tape-recorded conversations of Monica Lewinsky and Linda Tripp available on the Net.
Following the tapes' release by the US House impeachment investigations, Broadcast.com, MSNBC and ABCNews.com have already said they will Webcast the conversations.
The House has said that the secret recordings of the two women discussing Lewinsky?s affair with the US President total some 22 hours.
An edited transcript of the tapes was released in October. Tripp is now being investiages for violating a law that requires parties in a conversation to agree to being taped.
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