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Submission + - Vintage 1960s era film shows IRS defending its use of computers (networkworld.com)

coondoggie writes: It’s impossible to imagine the Internal Revenue Service or most other number-crunching agencies or companies working without computers. But when the IRS went to computers — the Automatic Data Processing system --there was an uproar. The agency went so far as to produce a short film on the topic called Right On The Button, to convince the public computers were a good thing.
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Vintage 1960s era film shows IRS defending its use of computers

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