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#49053 - 08/03/0901:28 PM[Reuters] Japan eyes e-politics as political rivalry grows
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese opposition lawmaker Seiji Ohsaka was disappointed, if not surprised, when he found he was supposed to stop posting microblogs on social networking service Twitter once the formal campaign begins for an August 30 election.