But, while The TESs predicament is accidental, other coincidences of this kind are more contrived. A variant name of the Department for Education and Employment's popular website www.dfee.gov.uk is being used for a commercial educational website www.eteach.com, giving it the opportunity to sell to thousands of confused parents and teachers typing www.dfee.com.
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