At the request of an Eph originally identified in a post first published in 2016, I have removed that person’s photograph from the post, and also substituted a redacted version of the document attached to the post so that the name of the person is not included.
EphBlog is generally protective of poster and commenter anonymity. For what I think are reasonably obvious reasons, EphBlog cannot always allow for anonymity of people mentioned within posts. However, in this particular case, the original complaint was replaced by an amended complaint which anonymized one of the participants in the events leading to the filing of the complaint. Accordingly, I thought it was appropriate to remove references to this Eph’s name in the post on EphBlog, as well as their picture.