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Re:Stand up Mr. Algeo

Apr 26, 1998 07:16 AM
by M K Ramadoss

Illinois law provide access to membership mailing list to any member in
good standing. The law is very clear on this. If John Algeo has access, you
and me (if we are members in good standing) gave access. But TSA has
treated the mailing list as something "secret" and "sacred". Of course a
nominal fee can be charged for making a copy of the mailing list file.

I have brought to the attention of the TSA Board of Directors this issue
several months ago.


PS: If your argument is valid, then John Algeo should have gone ahead taken
the bull by the horn and sent out a letter in TSA letter head at TSA cost
and not sought testimonials/support from TSA employees who owe their lively
hood to him.

At 12:26 AM 4/26/1998 -0700, you wrote:
>Dear Kenneth H. Malkin,
>I do not see any problem in John Algeo using TSA mailing list and funds
>to answer to ACT newsletter. I think all of us would do the same thing.
>As the ACT newsletter refers to Olcott administration, John Algeo as the
>president of TSA may use any TSA means to answer to one individual or
>the whole membership.
>Martin Leiderman
>in West Los Angeles

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