[Linux-aus] Access to membership list?
ajdlinux at gmail.com
Mon Dec 17 19:51:45 EST 2012
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On 17/12/12 19:34, Andrew Donnellan wrote:
> No - if the member is acting as an officer of the association, or
> by the delegated authority of the association, then the association
> is doing it. And there's nowhere in the Constitution which says
> they have to establish an automated email system so that you can do
> this without looking at the members' register - there are plenty
> of technologically-impaired organisations out there that dispatch
> their newsletters by simply pasting a list into their email client,
> and you can't expect them to do otherwise.
Reading this again, I may have misinterpreted: okay, if it's being
sent on behalf of LA, then the LA committee wouldn't need to request
access pursuant to that section, they have a right to just look at the
thing directly. In which case, yes, the reference to newsletters
should be removed (although the other things listed in that section
are still potentially useful e.g. for SGMs).
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