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I'd be absolutely furious if I came across 'my' details in a public forum such as this. Given the proliferation of spam (Digital & Snailmail) this is a topic that should be stressed in the most stringent way possible.

Thankfully at last individuals are to be made responsible for their actions regarding divulgence of personal data (at least in the UK that is). So, data (and others) take heed, don't do it again!... "for your own and others sakes", please.
</rant> - barrd

Update: Any chance dvergin you could change BrowserUK's Node as well? As that contains (at present) the same "real" data...

Ah, apparently the data wasn't real after all... bugger... (who's red faced now? ;)
/me scuttles off into a dark corner

In reply to Re: (don't use live data!) Re: Parse mailing addresses with a regex by barrd
in thread Parse mailing addresses with a regex by data67

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