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To License Or Not To License With Amateur Radio:

from wnd.com on March 15, 2017
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To License Or Not To License With Amateur Radio:  
by WA7SGS on March 15, 2017 Mail this to a friend!
Lousy site. Took so long to download and never did finish up. As for the headline, who is going to be an unlicensed amateur? LOL!

Rick
 
To License Or Not To License With Amateur Radio:  
by KJ6EF on March 15, 2017 Mail this to a friend!
Of course "license"! The standards have slipped enough already! But there should be an option for withholding, upon request, your home address from public viewing the FCC data bank. (I mean, the FCC knows where you are.) With most of our privacy gone already, we don't need to broadcast our home addresses to total strangers. At least QRZ gives you an option to suggest your general area. Such exact info should be on a "need to know" basis, or something like that.

Just an idea, my .002

73 DE Lin/KJ6EF
 
RE: To License Or Not To License With Amateur Radio:  
by KE4ZHN on March 16, 2017 Mail this to a friend!
You already have that option. Use a P.O. Box as your mailing address. It's legal and doesn't give your home address.
 
RE: To License Or Not To License With Amateur Radio:  
by AD5TD on March 19, 2017 Mail this to a friend!
"You already have that option. Use a P.O. Box as your mailing address. It's legal and doesn't give your home address."

Yes, but a simple internet search with a Name and Town usually gets the info you DON'T want others to know.
 
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