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Re: AIS: membership lists

> I agree with Bill that secrecy and secret meetings are terrible for
organizations. I also believe in published membership lists. Unfortunately
enough members complained to AIS that they did not want to have there names on
published lists that the practice was discontinued.

I can see why some wouldn't want their name/addr published, but there is a
simple way to handle this.   When paying dues, there could be a check box
which said "__ I do not want my name/addr published to other members." or
something like that.   It would be like having an unlisted phone number in the
phone book.
Kitty Loberg

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