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[liberationtech] Urgent question

Greg Norcie greg at norcie.com
Mon Jun 4 21:45:28 PDT 2012


Sam makes a great point.

In general, it is a best practice to assume that anything posted to a
mailing list like this (or any other form of social media) is public,
regardless of any "privacy settings".

Even if the list is not indexed by the maintainers, any member could
choose to copy the messages sent to the list, and post them on the
public web.

However, I do believe that this list does not make the subscriber list
publicly available, so if someone wants to sign up and lurk, as long as
they do not post, their identity would not be known to anyone other than
the admins.
--
Greg Norcie (greg at norcie.com)
GPG key: 0x1B873635

On 6/4/12 9:12 PM, Sam King wrote:
> ...any privacy you're getting is just security through
> obscurity.  




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