Corrections for the week of December 13-19, 2006 

In our November 22 article "The Player and the Pilgrim," the Jay-Z rapper Saafir worked with was not the famous Jay-Z but a producer who goes by the same name. Saafir also says that he got out of jail in 2004 and not 2005, as we indicated.

In our November 29 story about political speech on the Web site Facebook ("The Case of the Missing Web Page"), we erroneously stated that Robby Kaufman, student campaign coordinator for Berkeley City Council candidate George Beier, never returned our phone calls. In fact, Beier provided us with the wrong phone number.

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