Actually, I was not after an address. I tried to assist another by
supplying an address of someone whose address he had requested. The address
I supplied for for someone who had posted his address on website inviting
interested parties to contact him at that address. It was not the address
of someone who wished his addres to be secret. Along with his address he
also had posted on the website a telephone number at which he might be
reached. From the sound of his add on tne website it seemed as though he
would like interested parties to contact him at that email address or by
calling that phone number.
My guilt (for which I apologise once again)is in having posted the
information that you have advised us is in violation of the DPA rules.
At 06:37 PM 5/29/2003 +0100, you wrote:
>Orion wrote: "Any subscriber may obtain a
>list of subscribers including email addresses (except for the 30 concealed
>subscribers) by ending the command "review britarch" to
[log in to unmask]"
Sorry, Orion - I assumed it wasn't the email of someone on this list you
were after; otherwise you would have summoned the list. Anyone putting their
email into a common list can be assumed to be giving permission to doing so,
I hope. :)
>P.S, George Chapman, who predated Dickens by a good 200 years, wrote "I'm
ashamed the law is such an ass" - which presumably is where Dickens got it from?