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Am 24.08.2012 03:01 schrieb Bjørn K Nilssen:
I just discovered that a rtf file I attached as an example file when I reported
a bug with rtf imports losing the register tags is now *very* available when
doing a Google search.
The problem is that this file was never meant to be public, as it contains a
short genealogical report with living people in it. This is not even legal to
publish on the net.
I never thought that such file attachements would be made publicly available!!!

How is it possible to get this RTF file removed/deleted?

The bug was fixed BTW..

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