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Halacha - Hashem's Name on computer screens
Submitted by Daniel  Answered by Rav Peretz Moncharsh
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Answer: The texts certainly may be read, except in an inappropriate place such as a bathroom. Regarding erasing the screen there is a machlokes. It is generally accepted to be permitted because one is not erasing physical words, just interrupting the flow of electrons and preventing the words from being formed in the future.
posted:2008-12-15 17:15:08

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