I just re-read the thread, and another item brought up was the scouts email being protected. The worry is that it might be broadcast out. A just concern. BUT, In the Scoutbook system, I am relying that no adult is being put into the system without BSA doing the background check and approving them as leadership. All parents should be protecting children. If you worry about another parent getting your Scouts email, then you have another issues to deal with. You should then seek councils advice. As an adult, it’s easy. Check the box and protect the emails. If you have a Scout sending a message that box should be unchecked for safety. I would rather messages come from the BSA system since they are approved safe with built in 2 deep. They system copies those who it needs. If someone needed to respond to a message from a Scout, and they sent a reply all, then that would be safe via Scoutbook’s system of 2 deep. Everyone who is supposed to get the message will. Those people would be copied if the BCC was not checked. If the BCC is checked, it all fails. Why do this to the scouts? It should be first priority transparency to who messages are being sent. Then second, privacy of emails if needed. Only adults should be using the BCC feature anyway. It would concern me more that someone is adding emails outside the system to our Scouts as suggested. That actually concerns me more as those addresses, are they approved? Who are they? Have they been background checked? If you start adding email addresses outside the system, now you risk non BSA background checks, safety, etc. I want to keep to the safety built within the system. Protect the Scouts and remove the BCC. I am not saying get rid of the BCC. There is purpose for it’s use in adult emails. But when kids, the Scouts use the system, we need the BCC off. We need the transparency. It means safety.