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Dear RS,Posting overheard private conversations without the participants' permission is not only morally repugnant, but is also illegal in some jurisdictions and is definitely against the Blogger TOS. Please delete this immediately.Thank you.
These are not "overheard" "private" conversations. These are online discussions. If you have an objection to any of the postings for any other reason please let me know.
Not true. These seem to be stolen from discussions EXPLICITLY restricted (key word) to some friends only. Therefore, a "friend" must've stolen those conversations and decided to publicize it without permission. Again, this is against the privacy laws in some jurisdictions and is certainly a violation of the blogger TOS.Moreover, it is a morally repugnant breach of trust -- no better than should someone decides to publicize the name of the "anonymous" author of, let us say, "Republican Perverts" that s/he was given in confidence.
These where posted with permission. I will remove any post as soon as one of the original authors object to them being published.
I hereby affirm, under the penalty of perjury, that at least one of the original authors strongly objects to these private conversations being published and wants them taken down. I further affirm that s/he has never given anyone permission to publish this private conversation in the first place.Hope this suffices. Should you still think I'm playing around, I invite you to either contact the original authors directly, or contact me, whichever is more convenient.
Thank you. You did the right thing.