Does the restriction on "Disclosure of a person's identity or other
private information without their consent" forbid the Foundation from
sharing the geolocation and IP addresses of editors with researchers
under NDA or law enforcement officials claiming to have, e.g., an
Interpol subpoena?

Jim Salsman

On Tue, Aug 14, 2018 at 10:46 AM, Victoria Coleman
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> address obstacles and occasionally very problematic personal communications 
> that limit participation and cause real harm to community members and staff. 
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