I'm on it too, and I am thrilled to no end...now you tell one. I sent my NRA F-rated state representative Kent Coleman a furious email (he is one of Speaker "emeritus"'s Naifeh's minions)--no response. I sent an upset email to my NRA A-rated state senator Jim Tracy and he sent me back not one, but two responses agreeing that it is egregious and that he will be a prime co-sponsor of the Senate bill to make such records off limits to all but legitimate law enforcement activities, as he has been in the past, BTW.
My understanding is that the Commercial Appeal has responded to the protests it has received by removing the streets entirely (the numbers were never there, but WhitePages.com or the phone book could provide that), but they are already out there in the ether for the Internet-savvy criminals to find, I bet. The "Detail" button gave full name and birthdate. How much more is needed for identity theft? If such happens to folks, maybe thousands of permit holders could sue the Commercial Appeal in small claims court in forma pauperis in their respective jurisdictions. How much would that cost them to defend...$1000 or so a pop?