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[bioontology-support] Removal of information accessible on the web
ethierj at gmail.com
Sat Aug 20 03:46:11 PDT 2011
It's been two weeks and I haven't received an answer to the 2 emails sent on
August 3, 2011.
I would really appreciate this matter to be dealt with as soon as possible.
I'm also a clinician and I take great care to make sure my non-clinical
email is not accessible on the web as this could cause litigation issues if
I was to miss an email that a patient felt I would receive.
Secondly, the process questions touched upon in my first email remain.
Should I contact anyone else to resolve this issue ?
Jean-François Ethier, MD CM
INSERM U936 - Université de Rennes 1
2011/8/3 Jean-François Ethier <ethierj at gmail.com>
> I guess it would include this too:
> Jean-François Ethier, MD CM
> INSERM U936 - Université de Rennes 1
> 2011/8/3 Jean-François Ethier <ethierj at gmail.com>
>> Would it be possible to remove the information found on this page:
>> and this page
>> as these were never meant to be displayed publicly. As a matter of fact,
>> unless I missed it somewhere, it might a good thing to notify people, in
>> advance, that a private email thread might end-up on a public website.
>> Unless this is a mistake, and I would completely understand these can
>> happen, it is somewhat surprising if this is the usual way to manage these
>> Jean-François Ethier, MD CM
>> INSERM U936 - Université de Rennes 1
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