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Question: Should the GLBSE's documents be released?
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January 25, 2013, 09:36:24 PM
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False accusations, misinterpretations of intention, speculations regarding liability, etc.

Those are all possibilities you were aware of when you started this thread.

My concern is that many Bitcoin enterprises are already ridiculously opaque.  I believe that when they fail, the identities and the actions of those involved with the business should no longer be protected - they should be subject to public scrutiny just as they are in the real world. 

Without such scrutiny, people have no idea whether the same people who were associated with one failed enterprise are operating a new one and they have little information on which to judge whether the failure was due to incompetence, malice, or factors which were truly beyond the control of the operators. 

I don't believe it is reasonable to expect the community to accept at face value the unexamined claims by service operators of why their business failed.

All I can say is that this is Bitcoin. I don't believe it until I see six confirmations.
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January 25, 2013, 10:30:06 PM
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My guess is that we will never see these, or they would have been released by now.

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January 25, 2013, 10:59:51 PM
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My guess is that we will never see these, or they would have been released by now.

Unless, of course, the documents were also sent to another party. I'm just saying.
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January 27, 2013, 09:53:16 AM
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slightly lost the plot!!!

can anyone clarify my position as a previous shareholder of companies listed on glbse?

I know nefario released shareholder names to "companies" on the 12th december 2012. Since then, three I held shares with have contacted me and upheld their contracts/ dividends but five have not?.

Do I just wait and hope they will come forward? or do I name them and hope shame them into a reaction of sorts (even an acknowledgement would help)?

Or do I ask others in the same situation to band together to find a solution?

Or is there already a place this is happening?

How do the documents here help shareholders (of companies not contacting their shareholders?)exactly and will a resolution of that data resolve shareholders concerns?  Any clarification would be helpful. reg.
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February 09, 2013, 10:49:39 AM
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slightly lost the plot!!!

can anyone clarify my position as a previous shareholder of companies listed on glbse?

I know nefario released shareholder names to "companies" on the 12th december 2012. Since then, three I held shares with have contacted me and upheld their contracts/ dividends but five have not?.

Do I just wait and hope they will come forward? or do I name them and hope shame them into a reaction of sorts (even an acknowledgement would help)?

Or do I ask others in the same situation to band together to find a solution?

Or is there already a place this is happening?

How do the documents here help shareholders (of companies not contacting their shareholders?)exactly and will a resolution of that data resolve shareholders concerns?  Any clarification would be helpful. reg.

ok so I posted the question to the thread originator but got no reply- so re-posting as I am unwilling to just let this and my btc's go. reg
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