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Tsunami tragedy: World turns to the Web
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 12/30/2004 06:07:00 PM.

Charities are using the Internet to bring in donations quickly, as bloggers bring eyewitness accounts from the disaster area. In the aftermath of the devastating South-East Asian tsunami, the Web has been a vital tool both for charities and for individuals seeking information on missing family and friends.

Many charities are accepting online donations to help fund their disaster relief efforts. This includes the Disaster Emergency Committee -- a coalition of 12 major charities -- which admits that traffic to its appeal site is so great that some people could have difficulty making online donations.

"If this is the case, you can make a credit card donation by telephone on 0870 60 60 900 or please, please try later, we need your money," urged the DEC.

Visit: DEC Tsunami Earthquake Appeal
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