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Data Protection query
Jim and Mike thank you for your humour, it has made my morning Big Grin Big Grin Big Grin
Jim Webster Wrote:
Quote:I guess Pat and Phil will now join forces to agree on their right to bicker

Can someone set up a special bulletin board for that? It can then go on for as long as they like and I won't have to see it, never mind read it.

Good idea. How about we name it: "Pat and Phil's playground". Seems appropriate.

Seriously though, why don't you just ignore each other guys? You clearly don't get on, and it takes two to make it an argument. It's so childish and such an unproductive waste of time. Haven't you got better things to do with your time?

I'm not going to intervene as far as forcing the issue is concerned, you can technically bicker all you like (so long as it is only bickering), it's just annoying.
The main use of email addresses in the grading program since 2002 has been to automatically badge grading reports with the name and email of the person who compiled the data - with the idea that players in that event can contact the compiler directly to point out errors etc.
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We had already been considering making the a protected download or stored in a protected directory ie the area grader requests a password to access the file.
Initially future email addresses will be opt-in only and not held by the grading program unless permission received. Errors can always be pointed out by contacting <!-- e --><a href=""></a><!-- e --> regardless of whether the actual compiler has a published contact email on that set of data.

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