It's extremely unfortunate that anyone would want to remove tracking
information about queries. I don't think it's worth fully deleting
the request -- it's important to track information about the confusion
that the current advisory wording leaves in its readers, so that
perhaps feedback can be given to CERT and other advisory organizations
so that the advisories can be reworded to be more clear in the future.

-Kyle H

On Mon, Jun 16, 2008 at 4:58 AM, JTF-GNO IAVM via RT wrote:
> Request to have the subject trouble ticket removed from your web site.
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> The intention of the original email was to request additional information
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> Please remove any and all information from your blog/website regarding our
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> Robert E. Hyatt
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