MJ Ray wrote: > Philip Hands <email@example.com> wrote: [...] > >>I'm rather surprised you've not managed to work that out on your own, >>especially given the fact that numerous people have reacted with confusion >>to your assertion that we're holding your personal details. > > > I suspected it was that way around, but as you noted earlier > in your message, there's still no action for me to avoid > having inaccurate personal details processed by the society. Nope, you've lost me again -- what does the rest of that sentence mean? Is the data contained in the debian-keyring that relates to you inaccurate? >>In conclusion, feel free to relax, we never did have your personal details, >>and you're no longer a member (having stated in public [...] > > ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ > Nearly. I want no association with DUS, because I never joined > your association. DUS should accept non-consenting DDs aren't > and never were really part of the association. > Works for me :-) Cheers, Phil.
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