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Postby Fede » Tue Dec 30, 2008 10:50 pm

I know some forums can be perused by "Lurkers" without their joining....
One forum has this facility, but you have to enrol and have been a member for a month before being permitted to enter one specific sub-forum, where resident and established members can air their problems - of any nature - without fear of being observed by interlopers....

Maybe in time, this might be considered here....
Unless of course, the forum is accessed differently..... _/I\_
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Re: Privacy

Postby retrofuturist » Thu Jan 01, 2009 11:30 am

Greetings Fede,

We're hoping there won't be issues of this variety, hopefully on account of the reasonably specialised nature of this forum.

If you do experience any problems though, please let us know.

Metta,
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