Google Website Search: Focus On The Computer UFO Network (CUFON)

The Computer UFO Network, located in Seattle, Washington, is run by Jim Klotz, CUFON SYSOP, and Dale Goudie, Information Director.

CUFON presents U.S. government FOIA UFO documents, articles by contributors and letters.

https://www.google.com/search?num=100&q=site:cufon.org

(Search term: cufon.org)

Website: cufon.org

Quote from the CUFON.org article, “CUFON Principles, Policy and Purpose (and other notes)”:

“The guiding principle which has made CUFON the fine resource which it continues to be is that we post ONLY verified and verifiable material, sometimes with a small comment. Our purpose is to provide solid material from which you can draw your own conclusions. Additionally, any conclusions drawn by readers are their own responsibility, as are ours, which are clearly marked as such when presented. We stand behind what we post, and very much want to keep it that way.
We strongly feel that inclusion of other subject matter, such as ‘new age’ type material, dilutes and damages the validity of the clear evidence of the reality of the UFO phenomenon, often presented in the government’s own words. Therefore, information lacking a recognizable relationship to the subject of UFO will not be posted on CUFON.
Although the verified documents and other solid information CUFON makes freely available may, in many cases, come in the form of government documents obtained under the Freedom of Information Act, it is not our intention to discredit in any way any branch of the United States armed forces, their officers or personnel.

CUFON operates independently, it is not associated in any way with any other web site, computer bulletin board system, network, information service, or UFO or civilian interest group, and none should be inferred. CUFON may utilize information made available to it at no cost by UFO Reporting and Information Service of Seattle, Washington, USA, and others.”








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