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British lawmakers are flouting explicit instructions to lock their computers and not to share their passwords, documents obtained by The Associated Press show, a revelation that raises questions about the security of Britain’s parliamentary network only months after a well-publicized email break-in.

Conservative Member of Parliament Nadine Dorries first drew attention to the practice on

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