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    First of all, at the moment Lego is referring their users to companies that do not respect their users privacy to come in contact with them: "To contact another member, check out their Profile page and see if they’ve linked to any of their social media accounts such as Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, or LinkedIn. Feel free to reach out to them there."

    In short, this is a direct contradiction to what Lego 'claims' to respect: "We respect members’ privacy. For privacy reasons, we do not facilitate contact or relay information to members."
    This is should really be the other way around! We do not refer to companies who do not respect your privacy, because we have a private message inbox of our own where your privacy is respected.

    If Lego is really about sharing creativity, they should implement a Private Message Inbox. And stop contradicting their own policy on privacy.

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