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California DMV Rejects 1NFOS3C Vanity Plate Because Of 'Sexual Connotation'

David Ulevitch, the founder of OpenDNS (now owned by Cisco), apparently discovered that the dirty minds at the California DMV see "lust" in information security. How else to explain that the DMV rejected his request for a vanity plate for the license plate "1NFOS3C": 1NFOS3C, a term of lust or depravity, not coming to a license plate near you. ????????????. No thanks to @CA_DMV.
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