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Computer editor to leave Guardian

By Staff

25th May 2010


Jack Schofield, The Guardian’s computer editor, is leaving the paper this week to go freelance.

Schofield started working for the paper in 1983 when he began his computer column and has continued to write for the online and print versions for columns such as “Ask Jack”.

He has taken voluntary redundancy and can be contacted at for any freelance work.

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