EFNH: Electronic Frontier - New Hampshire

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Mission

To promote and protect individual's rights on the Internet [information infrastructure?] frontier.

Specifically:

Goals

Participation

EFNH operates as a "Virtual Community", building on Internet connectivity. You can join the discussion by

sending a message to:

majordomo@mv.mv.com

with the message body of:

subscribe efnh-discuss

. Even virtual communities need occasional meetings to build a better level of cooperation, so periodic meetings are held, typically in the Manchester area.

Meetings

Feb. 28, 1995 -7pm, Granite St. Bar and Grill, Manchester

Mar. 21, 1995 - 7pm, Shorty's, 3A in N. Litchfield (and then to MV Communications)

Leadership

At this point we have not "elected" any leadership per se; however two individuals have assumed specific roles:

Secretary: Garry McGath; for the purposes of obtaining a PO Box, and providing a contact point

Convener: Dan York, who has been initiating communications to bring about specific meetings

Communication

Announcements of general interest: efnh-announce@mv.MV.COM

Discussion of issues: efnh-discussion@mv.MV.COM

To get on either of these lists,

send a message to:

majordomo@mv.mv.com

with the message body of:

subscribe efnh-discuss

or subscribe efnh-announce

or see the EFNH home page

EFNH is similar to (but not legally connected to):

EFF: The Electronic Frontier Foundation

EPIC: