It’s been a couple of weeks since we wrote about the Oklahoma Public Employees Association and its special mailing list deal set up by a state lawmaker last year.
This week, the second of OPEA‘s two mailings have begun arriving the mailboxes of more than 30,000 state employees. OPEA has said that the second mailing was not sent to about 10,000 existing members. The association had its mail vendor do some database matching to separate existing members from prospective members, a process that OPEA decries as “data mining” and “privacy piracy” when others do it.
Here’s the other parts of the two-page mailer:
P.S. For more on this issue, see our special coverage page on the public records dispute.
Written by Paul Monies