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Some Readers have apparently interpreted the “Personal Attacks” rule below as being limited to each other, and generally this has been the case. We extend this qualification to personal attacks on the executives or other personnel of any company mentioned within these Comments. It is one thing to permissibly dispute the policies and public relations statements set by executives and personnel. It is quite another to attack the individual personally. This is not permitted.