LIFE AND DEATH
After an AA dies, his right to anonymity continues
Kathy S., DCM of District 21, Area 29 (Eastern Shore of Maryland), presented the following talk at the Northeast Regional AA Service Assembly (NERAASA) in Niagara Falls, N.Y. in February, 2010:
THERE are two aspects to my presentation: posthumous anonymity and anonymity on the internet. Neither is a new issue. Breaks in anonymity are an issue in life and after death. The introduction of the World Wide Web broadens the impact.
The pamphlet "Understanding Anonymity" addresses the question of the internet. "Publicly accessible aspects of the internet such as websites... Login to read more
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