Speaking for myself, I'm not questioning the legality of a public petition being public. I'm calling a group on their malevolence that would actually go out of their way to publish such information for the purpose of encouraging confrontations (which this group has basically claimed as a motivation), and (IMO) as an act of revenge. An act can be legal yet underhanded at the same time. Though on the flip-side, anyone who signs a petition should do so knowing it is public information, and if they have a problem with that, they shouldn't sign it.
Originally Posted by sinjin
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