[Imc-uk-process] Re: Imc-uk-process Digest, Vol 18, Issue 3
bristol at nuj.org.uk
Thu Oct 7 06:40:33 PDT 2004
Blanket rules for hiding! This is plain silly, and lazy
The proposed new rule includes hiding addresses of directors of coca-cola
where a protest is happening.
If information is in the public domain elsewhere- ie through companies' house
Its crazy for Indymedia to hide it
Don't make a blanket rule for every person
You have to decide on each case and it must be an accountable hiding
decision which people can appeal
At 12:00 PM 10/5/04 -0700, you wrote:
>Date: Tue, 05 Oct 2004 00:04:38 +0100
>From: ana <anap at riseup.net>
>Subject: Re: [Imc-uk-process] Fwd: [Imc-uk-contact] complaint
>To: imc-uk-process at lists.indymedia.org
>Message-ID: <4161D706.2060304 at riseup.net>
>Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii; format=flowed
>Hamish Downer wrote:
> >Do we have a policy about putting people's addresses in articles?
> >Should we edit articles to delete personal details (with a comment to
> >say why) so that even as a hidden post, the address/phone number is not
> >There is nothing in the editorial guidelines I can see about it.
> >Feel free to direct me to the archives if this discussion has already
> >been had.
>the discussion has been had somewhere but there was no formal proposal
>to add that to the editorial guidelines, maybe we are all too busy with
>esf to make a change in policy but here is formal proposal to change
>them & add that personal details are removed unless posted by the person
>to which they relate. Deadline for objections 20th October, and if no
>objections the sentence is added?
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