In some cases, the emails contain not only names, but email addresses, home addresses, phone numbers and places of employment of people anxious about such information being made available to the public. That is an unlawful use of New Mexico's voter data, and unless I can verify that your data will be protected, and no one's privacy will be violated, I cannot comply with the commission's request. It's a violation of New Mexico law to ever share a voter's Social Security number or birth date, and without this person-specific data, the commission would not be able to accurately or honestly compare a New Mexico voter to those in other states.
Others pointed to alleged voter fraud taking place by Republicans, and many accused the president of focusing on voter fraud because of personal slight that Trump did not win the popular vote.
The Trump administration has unwittingly doxxed more than 100 voters by publishing their email addresses and personal details on the White House website.
Ironically, one of the users whose full name and address were exposed by the commission blatantly wrote in all caps, "DO NOT RELEASE ANY OF MY VOTER DATA, PERIOD".
People's names, email addresses, physical addresses, and phone numbers were posted online by the White House's election integrity commission.
"I removed my name from voter rolls".
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Federal agencies often solicit and release public comments on proposed legislation.
"These are public comments, similar to individuals appearing before commission to make comments and providing [names] before making comments", Lotter said.
Similarly, the FTC tells commenters that "published comments include the commenter's last name and state/country as well as the entire text of the comment".
The White House website encouraged the public to submit comments to the commission, and many of them did so - only to have much of their information made publicly available through the website.
Many officials and watchdogs have expressed disbelief and outrage at the request - some info is confidential or sensitive, they say - and the public comment request from the commission ahead of its first meeting next week was a chance for voters to weigh in.
The page that warning is contained on was published on July 13.