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June 13, 2005

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Steven Kaye

Geocomtex is Henry van Stratten's company from the episode "Dalek." He reveals to the Doctor and Rose that he owns (or is it controls? I'll have to re-watch the episode) the Internet.

Kevin Melrose

There's also a website for the United Nations Intelligence Taskforce. The secure login password on the main page is "badwolf."

Scott Matthewman

My name's not Matthew Newman (although I may just take it up as a pseudonym, it has a certain ring to it!), but thanks for the link anyway...

Bryan

Whoops. Thanks, Scott Matthewman!

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I guess this is alternate reality game territory, where they treat all documents and environments with suspicion, looking for pattern pieces to extract and accrue to their own plots. It seems useless to me.

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