[Noisebridge-discuss] Please help me remove a public email

Glen Jarvis glen at glenjarvis.com
Mon Apr 9 06:52:24 UTC 2012

Please, someone from Rack or Discuss point me to the right direction to
help this person who has had sensitive information published on the
Internet because the information was forwarded to the Tastebridge list.

The following was received (but trimmed to avoid the same mistake again). I
can help provide more information off list if it is needed. I would like to
try to help this person if I can. I have already sent a reminder email to
Tastebridge explaining the situation so we can avoid this in the future.
Please help.

> Hello,
> I'm a journalist who interviewed someone affiliated with Tastebridge
> last year. My cell phone number ended up posted online
> here: [snip; see below], which now shows up in a Google
> search for my name.
> Can you remove my cell phone number? That was not meant to
> be public and is sensitive information to have posted on the internet.
>Thank you,
> [snip]

The link that she referred to had this information:

> Hi Tastebridgers,
> I got this email this morning in my VH mailbox. I wasn't 100% sure who is
> championing the voice of Tastebridge but if anyone would like to join in,
> let me know. Vegan Hacker wouldn't be possible without Tastebridge, or
> Noisebridge for that matter. I'd just like to be sensitive to in-place
> protocol, etc. in order to be first and foremost respectful to the space
> and community!
> Also, things have been a bit hectic for me this last month but tonight
> we'll be doing steamed buns in the space. Come by!
> Cheers,
> Kathryn
> ---------
> Hi,
> I am with [snip], a green travel website based out of New York City,
> and we are getting ready to launch a new site in San Francisco. The Vegan
> Hacker/Tastebridge concept caught my eye as something our readers would be
> interested in. Is there someone who has a few minutes for a quick phone
> interview about its history and current projects?
> Thanks and hope to speak with you soon,
> [Signature snipped]
> [Telephone snipped]

Things which matter most must never be at the mercy of things which matter

-- Goethe
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