Jeffrey Worley (technoid)

From: Wayne Smith <>
Date: Wed Dec 1 22:59:10 2004

> Date: Wed, 1 Dec 2004 07:55:35 -0800
> From: "Zane H. Healy" <>
> Subject: Re: Jeffrey Worley (technoid)
> To: "General Discussion: On-Topic and Off-Topic Posts"
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> >SSN: xxx-xx-xxxx
> Even if he is in Jail for Murder, posting that little tidbit of
> information to the List is totally inappropriate. If that info is
> publicly accessible on a Florida website then there is a problem
> there as well.
> Zane

Zane, I just did a cut and paste - I didn't even notice the SSN.

But let me guess, if you are guilty of murder you likely lose any
privacy rights attached to your SSN. That's why, in this case, it's out
there for all the public to see. Just like they post the names, photos
and addresses of sex offenders on websites. But I guess that's "totally
inappropriate" too.

"Totally inappropriate"? In my book murder is "totally inappropriate."
Making public the SSN of a convicted murderer, even if done
intentionally, just isn't.

At least, as the target of your "totally inappropriate" attack, that's
my current take on it.

Received on Wed Dec 01 2004 - 22:59:10 GMT

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