‘Investors rule’ is becoming a reality at the Securities and Exchange Commission, which has long styled itself the champion of investors’ rights.

In the same weekend that the St. Louis Rams bested the Tennessee Titans in a down-to-the-wire Super Bowl, the SEC received more than 1,000 e-mails — a record number — from individual investors pointing out a wide range of putative Internet frauds.

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