I should have pointed out the legal situation to Russavia by private
email – but I note that subscribers are not linked to any terms of
use when they subscribe or post. That should be the minimum
information if they're to be understood and taken seriously. Nor is
the fact that the WMF owns/runs the list announced anywhere in the
subscription/posting system. 
It's surprising, Gryliida, that you have nothing to say about the fact
that I was publicly insulting on this list. Your stance seems to be
part of the bullying process.
Tony
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Sent:Tue, 18 Mar 2014 08:38:27 +1100
Subject:Re: [Wikimediaau-l] Apparently corrupt administration of this
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 On Mon, 17 Mar 2014, at 2:34, to...@iinet.net.au wrote:
 > Dear subscribers
 > I reply to comments in this thread:
 > To Scott Bibby (Russavia): Thank you for your in-principle
support;
 > your argument was compelling and well expressed. However, I find
the
 > personal attack in public belittling and hurtful. Please note the
 > recent Australian court judgement in which a schoolboy was ordered
to
 > pay his former school teacher $110,000 in damages for what he said
 > about her on the internet. Calling me an "a-grade twit" on a public
 > list exposes you to the risk of legal action. 

 Thanks for continuing legal threats, Tony, they're helpful for this
list!

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