1994-04-12 - alias in phone book

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From: hughes@ah.com (Eric Hughes)
To: lake@evansville.edu
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UTC Datetime: 1994-04-12 19:12:35 UTC
Raw Date: Tue, 12 Apr 94 12:12:35 PDT

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From: hughes@ah.com (Eric Hughes)
Date: Tue, 12 Apr 94 12:12:35 PDT
To: lake@evansville.edu
Subject: alias in phone book
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>A professor of communications has brought up the fact that it is illegal 
>to use a pseudo in the white pages of the phone book.  Is this the case?

I would suggest first, to ask this professor to make a legal citation,
and if one is not forthcoming, to ask for a retraction of the claim.