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DWS Defense Systems, Inc. Demonstrates Effectiveness of its Glass Products Against the Actions of Terrorists
Hauppauge, NY - Friday, November 21, 2003

DWS Defense Systems, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of DataWorld Solutions, Inc. (PinkSheets: DWLD – News) yesterday demonstrated the effectiveness of its glass products at the Westside Rifle and Pistol Range in New York City.

The formal product demonstration opened with a presentation by former NYC Police Commissioner Bernard Kerik, a member of the DWS Defense Systems Advisory Board, who discussed world-wide issues related to terrorist's activities and the need to protect the lives of people and resources from the actions of such terrorists. Immediately following Commissioner Kerik's presentation, a retired NYC police officer proceeded to fire several rounds of Magnum 44 mm caliber bullets into our strategic partner, Gaffco Ballistics', bullet resistant 1-1/4 inch UL Rated Level 3 Poly Carbonate "glass" sample and several rounds of Type 223 caliber bullets into Gaffco Ballistics' 2-1/2 inch UL Rated Level 8 Glass Clad sample designed to resist bullet penetration and to be blast resistant for up to 100 lbs. of TNT at a 50 feet stand-up distance. In all instances, Gaffco Ballistics' glass products withstood the impact of the multiple bullets, did not shatter, and prevented the bullets from penetrating through their outer rear surfaces.

The results of the demonstration proved the effectiveness of the glass products and their ability to save lives and protect resources. The well attended demonstration led by DWS Defense Systems CEO Daniel McPhee included DWS Advisory Board members, DWS strategic teaming partners, local business leaders, potential investors, and members of the print and broadcast media. At the conclusion of the demonstration Mr. McPhee said, "The use of these types of products in safety and security applications and systems will serve to save lives and help to deter the horrendous actions of terrorists throughout the world."

About DWS Defense Systems

DWS Defense Systems, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of DataWorld Solutions, Inc., was created in response to the growing security concerns expressed by the clients of DataWorld. In reaction to acts of domestic and international terrorism, businesses are searching for better ways to protect their buildings, and more importantly, to better protect the people who work in or visit these locations. DWS will offer one such solution -- high quality, state of the art safety/security glass product applications and associated security systems. The highly skilled DWS Defense Systems in-house team working in collaboration with its strategic teaming partners will design, develop, manufacture, install and market specialty products, equipment, and systems for the safety and security needs of all sectors of the domestic and international marketplace.

About DataWorld Solutions

DataWorld Solutions, Inc. is a multi-regional manufacturer of electronic cable assemblies used in providing connectivity solutions, which includes systems integration, for customers operating a wide range of data systems. This includes linking or connecting standard or proprietary electronic devices and peripheral components from different vendors to provide solutions for various customer requirements. DataWorld adds value by providing connectivity solutions, which may include distributed sales for passive components such as electronic connectors, electronic wire and cable, cabinets and racks and patch panels, and active components including hubs, bridges, routers, gateways and modem.

DataWorld is working with DuPont™ Fluoroproducts to create market awareness of, and grow, a new category of fire safety data-communications cables. These cables, called Limited Combustible, are insulated and jacketed with DuPont™ Teflon® and are designed to fight fire risk and hazards. In a fire, the low flame and low smoke properties of Limited Combustible cables made with Teflon®, offer a new, high level of protection for people, property and business-critical IT systems equipment.

Except for historical matter, the matters in this press release are forward-looking statements and are made pursuant to the safe harbor provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. The forward-looking statements reflect assumptions, and involve risks and uncertainties, which might affect DataWorld's business and prospects and cause actual results to differ materially from these forward-looking statements, which are detailed in DataWorld's public filings with the SEC.


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