On Wed, Sep 28, 2011 at 10:55 AM, Andre Schnabel <Andre.Schnabel@gmx.net> wrote:
thanks for pointing to that (and thanks
to Florian for further explanation).
Thanks to Flo, and I apologize for my previous mail. As somebody
changing her place more or less every years and used to have an
address of the form of "km 186 on the road to nowhere", you may
understand that I didn't seen it as sensitive data.
I think, we will see some more questions on that
topic, so mine would be ...
Von: Sophie Gautier <email@example.com>
For the set-up of the Foundation, we need the postal address (no P.O.
boxes) of the members to send them to the authorities.
If you agree, send it directly to me (firstname.lastname@example.org) and
signify explicitly your approval that we hand it over to the
authorities (this is *mandatory*).
Is it possible to send this to you in a cryped mail?
yes, if I know how to read it (and I'll take care of it), I accept everything.
I fully trust in you to handle the adress carefully (as I do trust in the MC
to handle it carefully afterwards) .. but some people may not trust in the
I also engage myself to not use this address to send spam, or to sell
it to anybody or use it in another way than transferring it to the
German authorities in a secured way if and when requested.
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