Search engine supplier Lycos is teaming with FasTV to provide users with a searchable, indexed version of the video feed showing the US Congress? impeachment debate against President Bill Clinton.
Although the debate was expected to start on Thursday, it may now be delayed due to renewed tension with Iraq over its alleged stockpiling of nuclear weapons.
FasTV said that images of the debate would be digitised and indexed in realtime to enable US citizens to fast-forward immediately to their local representative?s speech.
The Clinton scandal has proved useful in boosting the popularity of the Internet over the last 12 months.
The news was first broken by online newsletter, the Drudge Report, which sparked interest in online reporting, and Web sites had a record number of visitors following their posting of copies of Kenneth Starr?s report on the President.
The US Congress also reportedly received a million e-mail messages on the impeachment issue on Tuesday alone.
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