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all of the below content is still there, new content is added on the top. The only paragraph commented out (hidden) is one on how-to-help, since that email list has been closed down.

Contact details for the IMC UK

You can contact us in several ways:

If you want to submit a report via email because you have a slow connection or are
too lazy to fill in the upload form then mail us at reports. Please be aware that your
mail will be publicly archived, ie anyone can read your mail online.

To take part in general discussions please subscribe to our imc-uk list. This list is
publicly archived, ie anyone can read your mail online. The details of our
regular public meetings will be announced on this list.

If you have an idea about how you could help, or want to make contact with
other people wanting to get involved, too then please mail to how-to-help list.
Your mail will be publicly archived, ie anyone can read your mail online.

If you want to get involved but don't want your mail being read online then mail to the
privately archived contact list (only members of the imc-uk collective can read
your mail online).

Furthermore we already work through subgroups. If you feel you could contribute
to one of them the contact the specific subgroup directly:

    * Features: On this list the middle column stories are proposed (public archive)
    * Print subgroup: work list (public archive, posting members-only);
      and the list for incoming mail (private archive)
    * Video subgroup: work list (public archive);
      and the list for incoming mail (private archive)
    * Tech (Public archive)
    * Outreach (Public archive)

When we talk about public archives it means that postings by you can be found
through a search engine (like google) very easily. But even if you think that you
post to a non-publicly archived list it doesn't mean that the authorities are unable
to read it. As long it's not encrypted, email should be thought of as a postcard.
For more info check and click on their 'Resources' link. 

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