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Privacy Policy on TuckerSpawn [message #26] Fri, 06 September 2002 12:09 Go to next message
Erin Halfelven  is currently offline Erin Halfelven
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We will respect the privacy of every member, meaning in part that we will not give out the email addresses of any member to a third party, even another member, without permission except if compelled by force of law.

We will not use TuckerSpawn to spam, now will we permit anyone else to use the resources of TuckerSpawn to do so.

We may establish one or more mailing lists in the future. Such mailing lists will always be opt-in, members will have to request to be added to such lists.

If there are any other privacy concerns, they can be discussed in this forum or via e-mail to joyce@qnez.com.
Re: Privacy Policy on TuckerSpawn [message #718] Thu, 19 December 2002 07:34 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Hey Kiddlings,

In case you hadn't heard, it don't matter any more what the local privacy policy is on any particular website... the Burning BUSHes are pushing legislation under the "Homeland Security" umbrella (why does this sound so friggen pre-WWII nazi germany to me?) and one of the tastier bits of legislation they want passed is the 'Total Information Awareness' program within the Defense Department.

Conservative columnist and former Nixon aide William Safire summed up succinctly what this will do. "Every purchase you make with a credit card, every magazine subscription you buy and medical prescription you fill, every Web site you visit and e-mail you send or receive, every academic grade you receive, every bank deposit you make, every trip you book and every event you attend - all these transactions and communications will go into what the Defense Department describes as 'a virtual, centralized grand database.' To this computerized dossier on your private life from
commercial sources, add every piece of information that government has about you -- passport application, driver's license and bridge toll records, judicial and divorce records, complaints from nosy neighbors to the F.B.I., your lifetime paper trail plus the latest hidden camera surveillance."

Plain and simple kidlings... at least the fantasy of privacy has been maintainable... under the guise of "A Safer World", your government is about a millimeter from stripping you nekid and taking snapshots for it's own consumption, add that to gutting the "Freedom of informantion Act", and we gotz ourselves a nasty beasty with no leash in sight! Even bailing out of the country might get dicey now that they plan on watching every thing each and every one of us does... How do you spell Totalitarian Regime?

Genda Bendte


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Re: Privacy Policy on TuckerSpawn [message #719] Fri, 20 December 2002 04:36 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Scary enough.

I don't want this forum to get political, but I will say that I find this trend more than just alarming. And I'm a Republican...for reasons tied up with family history.

Erin
Re: Privacy Policy on TuckerSpawn [message #720] Fri, 20 December 2002 14:15 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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It's scarier to us non-americans looking in from the outside... The world's only major nuclear power becoming a totalitarian regiem. Scary stuff Confused


Gareth
Re: Privacy Policy on TuckerSpawn [message #726] Tue, 24 December 2002 14:46 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Gareth wrote on Fri, 20 December 2002 13:15

It's scarier to us non-americans looking in from the outside... The world's only major nuclear power becoming a totalitarian regiem. Scary stuff Confused



heh let us pray they do not bring religion into the picture !


Doubt is a thief that often makes us fear to tread where we might have won --Shakespeare" --

-Vicki
Re: Privacy Policy on TuckerSpawn [message #727] Tue, 24 December 2002 19:21 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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I wish I thought that was impossible.

Erin
Re: Privacy Policy on TuckerSpawn [message #747] Mon, 13 January 2003 15:19 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Religion hasn't entered into the picture?

Let me know when we invade or threaten a country who's primary faith(s) are the Judeo-Christian mythos...
Re: Privacy Policy on TuckerSpawn [message #748] Mon, 13 January 2003 20:39 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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lykofos wrote on Mon, 13 January 2003 20:19

Religion hasn't entered into the picture?

Let me know when we invade or threaten a country who's primary faith(s) are the Judeo-Christian mythos...


Um, Cuba? Nicaragua? El Salvador? Grenada? Panama? Haiti? There's somewhere I've forgotten in there too.

Smile


Rachel
Re: Privacy Policy on TuckerSpawn [message #749] Tue, 14 January 2003 02:23 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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The USSR used to be predominately judeo-christian in the 80s although they did have a large proportion of muslims.


Gareth
Re: Privacy Policy on TuckerSpawn [message #756] Thu, 16 January 2003 11:38 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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I am referring to the current circumstances and US leaders.
Re: Privacy Policy on TuckerSpawn [message #1530] Wed, 14 January 2004 21:30 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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So was Rachel
Re: Privacy Policy on TuckerSpawn [message #1531] Wed, 14 January 2004 22:10 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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All the nations on Rachel's list have been invaded by the US twice since Teddy Roosevelt's Sunday ride up San Juan Hill. All of the second invasions (except the Bay of Pigs in 1961) have taken place during the Reagan - Bush administrations. Dick Cheney and Donald Rumsfeld are not the only dinosaurs from those days still hanging around

Since the Berlin Wall came down, every American usage of military power overseas has had the defence of Moslems as a stated objective

The spectre of theocracy looms over all democratic systems of government, whether they be parliamentary style or republics. To keep the nightmare in the closet, we exercise our rights of free speech, and our responsibilities in the voting booth and the jury box

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Re: Privacy Policy on TuckerSpawn [message #1590] Sun, 18 January 2004 20:13 Go to previous message
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rachel.greenham wrote on Mon, 13 January 2003 19:39

lykofos wrote on Mon, 13 January 2003 20:19

Religion hasn't entered into the picture?

Let me know when we invade or threaten a country who's primary faith(s) are the Judeo-Christian mythos...


Um, Cuba? Nicaragua? El Salvador? Grenada? Panama? Haiti? There's somewhere I've forgotten in there too.

Smile


If you go far enough back into history, you can include Canada and Mexico on that list... =)

Come to think of it, The Phillipines, too.


Janet

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