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Author:  Jeffrey E Ehrlich MD  at Internet
Date:    05/02/2000  8:11 PM
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TO: RULE-COMMENTS at 03SEC
Subject: S7-31-99
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Dear Sir and/or  Madam:  I am in favor of proposed regulation 
S7-31-99. I am an independent investor. These changes will do much to 
creating a more efficient marketplace.  I praise your efforts in this 
matter. Sincerely, Jeffrey E. Ehrlich, M.D.
     

Author:  "Emil"  at Internet
Date:    05/02/2000  2:15 PM
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TO: RULE-COMMENTS at 03SEC
Subject: Re: Proposed Regulation FD : File No. 37-31-99
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Emil Pittner replied very positively in favor of the rule requiring 
unlimited distribution of company information

I reject out of hand the negative position taken by the Securities 
Industries Association and urge you to require that all information be made available 
to the public at the same time it is made available to preferential analysts. 
This is a rule which most people had assumed would be standard operating
procedure!
     
     

Author:  "art rudd"  at Internet
Date:    05/02/2000  5:18 AM
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TO: RULE-COMMENTS at 03SEC
Subject: Re: Proposled Regulations FD:  File No. S7-31-00
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I do not desire to have my movements on my computer monitored or collected 
by any company or organization without my express permission on each type of 
incident.    Especially, I do not want anyone to cross-reference my e-mail 
address with  my name and/or address without my express permission.  And to 
use any password that I have created to enter into my private files or 
web-pages would be, in my opinion,  grounds for a substantial lawsuit.
     
Arthur S. Rudd Jr.
Box 1819  Unit 50085
FPO   AE    09645


     

Author:  "Dean Wooten"  at Internet
Date:    05/02/2000  9:46 AM
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TO: RULE-COMMENTS at 03SEC
Subject: Re: Proposed Regulation FD: File No. 57-31-99
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The public should be able to receive the information to make their own 
decision about stock trades and receive the information at the same time 
that advisors do.  It is a disadvantage to the people that make their own 
decision.  The people should be able to make their own decision.
     
Dean Wooten