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Alastair Crawford is CEO and founder of i-CD Publishing, the precursor to 192.com.
An internet entrepreneur, he founded i-CD Publishing (UK) Ltd in 1997, which published the UK-info Disk range. He was the first person to publish the electoral roll on CD ROM, which led to a legal dispute with Royal Mail, settled in 2004. The case was mentioned in the book Silent State, by Heather Brooke.
Alastair lives in London and is an ex-Harrow School student.
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