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Well the magazine with the column has been pulled from the RAAus member website and the magazine on Issuu has a totally different column.  

 

Wonder what went out in the printed magazine for November ...

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8 hours ago, jetjr said:

AAA, 340 members, website wont allow members identities to be seen for privacy

The irony that the RAA wants to give our details to a "company" that won't give out their members details ......

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So much for a Members organisation (RA Aus), run by the Members for the benefit of the Members!

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8 hours ago, jetjr said:

had reply from CEO, yes its happening

feels we should all pay our way but doesnt think councils should charge fees?????

no deal with avdata just AAA, 340 members, website wont allow members identities to be seen for privacy

Says tight rules on what released data to be used for

re cta deal, 75% of 1400 members surveyed supported cta access

fees issue has been discussed at 20 meetings/events and supported

 

 

Doesn’t sound like a draft to me.

Link and Monk giving replies,

one is telling porkies by the looks.

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4 hours ago, kasper said:

Well the magazine with the column has been pulled from the RAAus member website and the magazine on Issuu has a totally different column.  

 

Wonder what went out in the printed magazine for November ...

 

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And while you lot are at it, you’d better get on to your respective motoring registration authorities who disclose your information to local councils when you overstay a parking meter.  Which by the way is a hell of a lot more than you’ll ever have to pay by way of landing fees

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1 hour ago, ev17ifly2 said:

And while you lot are at it, you’d better get on to your respective motoring registration authorities who disclose your information to local councils when you overstay a parking meter.  Which by the way is a hell of a lot more than you’ll ever have to pay by way of landing fees

Perfectly happy to be grumpy when there is a piece of legislation that provides for the provision of personal data to groups as exists with registration details of motor vehicles.  

 

Equally I’m Perfectly happy to call out breaches of legislation protecting personal information when there is no legislative or permissive need for that information to be transferred.

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1 hour ago, frank marriott said:

 

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So it appears the DRAFT magazine was also sent to the printers and distributed ... great to see the quality systems at RAAus extend to the main external communication tool.  

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1 hour ago, kasper said:

So it appears the DRAFT magazine was also sent to the printers and distributed ... great to see the quality systems at RAAus extend to the main external communication tool.  

So what was the point of deleting/changing the online magazine? This is the third time RAAus has had to backtrack recently. What’s next?

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