Comcast supports Governor Lynch's Internet safety legislation

December 13, 2007

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MANCHESTER, N.H. -- Earlier today, Comcast joined with Governor John Lynch, Attorney General Kelley Ayotte and other members of New Hampshire's law enforcement community to lend its support to legislation proposed by the Governor regarding online crimes and offenses. Courtesy of WMUR-TV Channel 9, the majority of today's news conference will be available tomorrow in Comcast's ON DEMAND service by selecting "Get Local" and then "Specials."

Steve Hackley, Senior Vice President of Comcast's Northern New England Region, issued the following statement today:

"As a company that works hard to educate consumers in New Hampshire about the tools and techniques they can use to protect their families and their finances online, we applaud Governor Lynch for recognizing the significance of cyber-crime with this important proposal. This bill will give our state and local law enforcement officials more of the tools they need to combat the growing problem of Internet crime."

Comcast Corp. (Nasdaq: CMCSA, CMCSK)

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