If you were creeped out by The Net’s big-screen vision of a world where people’s lives are tracked electronically, imagine what Net star Sandra Bullock must think of this unauthorized fan page, which includes a film ography, images from movies, TV, and magazine articles, and even an array of what are purported to be high school pictures. As cyberspace shrines go, though, this is better than most — its creator, Alex Alegado, has some intelligent things to say about Bullock’s movies, and 10 opening disclaimers make it clear that he’s aboveboard (and is not, for instance, ”in possession of any nude pictures of Ms. Bullock, real or forged”). B
Posted September 8 1995 — 12:00 AM EDT
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