The following document is out of date, as of February 13, 1996, because CompuServe lifted their ban on hundreds of Usenet newsgroups. The document below is retained for historical interest only.
Electronic Frontier Canada is opposed to CompuServe's recent decision to censor Usenet newsgroups. In typical Canadian style, many CompuServe customers are "voting with their feet". As a service to Canadians who have decided to cancel their CompuServe accounts, EFC is in the process in setting up this email registry.
Here's our idea: Your friends and colleagues will need to have an easy way to find out your new email address if you've left CompuServe. This way, they can visit this convenient web page to find out how to reach you in cyberspace.
|Name||CompuServe ID||Action||Alternate Email Address|
Prince George, BC
Clinton Twp, MI
|James E. Wynn||70661,firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Melody Joy DePlonty
To be included on this list, you should be:
- a Canadian or Canada resident,
- a current or former customer of CompuServe, and
- opposed to CompuServe's censorship of Usenet newsgroups.
|Add me to the list!|
... if you want to be on our list, and your browser can't handle Web forms, please send use the following information to: email@example.com.
Check one: ( ) I have *cancelled* my CompuServe account. ( ) I have *sent feedback* to CompuServe expressing my opposition to their decision to block access to newsgroups. My name is: My CompuServe ID is/was: My new/alternate email address is: City/Province: Comments: