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Nightline has no caller ID system

We're writing in response to the recent controversy over the Automatic Number Identification issue. This feature would allow the person on the receiving end of a phone call to identify the caller's number. Nightline would like to take this opportunity to inform MIT once again that we are not equipped with this feature. Our phones are unable to give us any information regarding a caller's identity. All calls are, and will remain, completely confidential.

As always, Nightline is open every night of the term, 7 pm to 7 am, with one man and one woman answering phones. For late-night info, or to talk, or even when you just don't know where else to go, Nightline is there to help, or lend an ear. 253-8800

Nightline staff->

Tech Editor:

The identity of Nightline staffers is also confidential. To protect their anonymity, we decided to omit a name and simply use Nightline. If you need a contact, you can use:

AJ Babineau

French House 402


But please don't publish my name. Thanks.