JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Winn-Dixie Stores here experienced the downside of the communications revolution late last month when it came up against dissemination of false information over the Web. The false information was reported on a third-party Web site that indicated the retailer had filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy -- a patent untruth. Winn-Dixie joins a growing list of supermarket companies, including Harris Teeter and Delhaize America, that have been victims of incorrect information on ...

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