From: Cancer Omega (comega[at]
To: "Lorberau, Jeremy" (
Cc: staff[at]
Date: Sun, 12 Aug 2001 15:49:40 -0600 (MDT)
Subject: Re: Please Remove my information from your website...

On Sun, 12 Aug 2001, Lorberau, Jeremy wrote:

: I did not mean to come off wrong with my previous message.

Well, ya sure did.  Making threats on first contact is a sure-fire way to
convince the other party to dig in and tell you to go to hell.

: However, that site content has been up before, and I have requested that
: it be removed.  In the past, it was taken down, but was quickly
: reposted.  I would like to find a more permanent solution to this
: problem. 

To whom did you send your original messages?  No-one on staff here seems
to have seen the previous communications to which you refer. Additionally,
it's a rare day indeed when a staffer here has honored a remove request
with respect to archived data.  Are you sure you don't have us confused
with some other site?

: 	Unfortunately, while I know who the author is, I have no way to
: contact him, and all the email's for that site are invalid.  Because of
: that, I am trying to contact those who host the site to have it removed.

You didn't look very hard.  I just went through the archive for 2 minutes
and came up with the original site from which the data is mirrored. 

Any beef you have regarding that content should be directed to the people
at, not us.  There's also contact
addresses on  

This is just elementary searching.  Surely you can do better than this.

: 	I'd like to apologize for the tone of my last note, but I would like
: to find a way to resolve this problem.  Please understand that I have
: written to both your organization and the webmaster before requesting this
: be completed, and have had that page temporarily removed.  However, either
: through backup or repost, it was added again shortly.  All I want to see is
: this page, or at least the false parts containing my name and personal
: information removed permanently.

You keep insisting that someone else removed the data here, yet we can
find no record of it.  Indeed, such removal runs largely counter to most
of our staff's standing practices.

Again, I encourage you to take your issue up with the original authors.
You can run around badgering the folks who have copies all you want, but
as long as the originals exist, they can be mirrored, so you're honestly
just wasting your time bugging us.

As the old saying goes, "You don't kill a dog by cutting off its tail."


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