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Re: Why we are not opposing motion on Monday.
said by UK_Dave:Nah. We're talking about the disclosure of personal identifying information to an virtually unknown entity with shady dealings and associates that are basically on a fishing trip, and it's plain as day.
"If you oppose it, you're accepting it's substantive data and hoping to get a result of no-disclosure. Humbly accept your own failure to deliver notices, and get a postponement."
This should be opposed by any reasonable person. But in particular, by those who are caretakers of said information.
The more I think about it, the more pissed about it I get.
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I accept your point and feelings completely, Mike.
Personally, and for now, I'm happy to "feel" that there was a battle to consider, and a war to consider.
Maybe not fighting the battle today, will be seen in the future as the path to victory in the privacy war?
But that's just something of which history will be the arbiter.