English Arbitration Committee mailing list
This is the private mailing list used by the English Wikipedia's Arbitration Committee. Anyone can write to the committee by emailing this mailing list's address. However, subscriptions (allowing receipt of messages sent to the list) are limited to current Arbitrators and Jimbo Wales.
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Communications and privacy
Arbitrators usually seek to treat your communications, including emails, as private when possible. However, we cannot guarantee against public disclosure for a number of reasons, including potential security limitations. Accordingly, you should not disclose sensitive personal information in your communications with us.
Once received, your communications may be shared with committee members and - in some limited cases - with third parties to assist in resolving issues or for other purposes. Your communications may be kept for an undetermined period of time for archival or other reasons.
You should also know that even your return email address may lead to revealing your real-life identity. Many people create anonymised email accounts - for example