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In May 1999, Kelly Hallisey and Brian Williams, two former Community Leaders, filed a class action lawsuit against AOL, claiming that AOL volunteers performed work equivalent to employees and thus should be compensated according to the Fair Labor Standards Act.
The plaintiffs argued that the Community Leader position required a significant amount of effort and detail to qualify the position as having an "employee relationship" with AOL.
However, toward the end of the program, Community Leader duties were generally restricted to monitoring chat and message boards.
Whether you are looking for a marriage, relationship, date, or just making new friends, Mingle2 has someone for you! The AOL Community Leader Program or AOL CLP was the official name for the large group of America Online online service volunteers who moderated chat rooms, message boards, and download libraries.The program's roots dated back to the use of online remote volunteer "guides" by AOL predecessor Quantum Link at its start in 1985.Because they were usually recruited from the more active users of a particular online forum, Community Leaders were often very passionate about the area for which they volunteered their time.This enthusiasm usually resulted in a greater sense of community and a higher level of professionalism in that forum.