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Alcoholics Anonymous and Electronic Communications

A vast communications net now covers the earth, even to its remotest reaches... nothing

matters more to AA's future welfare than the manner in which we use the colossus of modern

communication. Used unselfishly and well, it can produce results surpassing our present

imagination.”

Bill W., The AA Grapevine, Inc., November 1960


AA GB Website

The national AAGB website is located at www.alcoholics-anonymous.org.uk, and is administered on behalf of the Fellowship by the General Service Board via the Electronic Communications Sub Committee (ECSC) and by the General Service Office (GSO) of Great Britain.

In addition to the ECSC and GSO staff, the website services are supported by Third Party Suppliers for server hosting. Technical support work may be outsourced by the General Service Board.

Alcoholics-Anonymous.org.uk is a multifunction site with dedicated areas allocated to fulfilling our Primary Purpose and to providing services to the Fellowship.

Electronic communications is evolving swiftly. New features and services, which are not possible at the time of writing will appear. There will be greater advantages to be gained - and greater pitfalls to avoid. We are responsible - not only for making the best use of the service and facilities available, but also of ensuring that it is used with integrity and in accordance with our Traditions. If we do this, we will not go far wrong.

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