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16 March, 2018
In August 2017, PC Pursuit, Inc. distributed a report titled “Trustworthy Computing Perspectives on the Draeger Alcotest 9510” (the “Report”) and various materials related thereto, including a pamphlet titled, “Defective Design = Reasonable Doubt.” Draeger alleges that PC Pursuit published this material in violation of a Snohomish County Washington District Court “Protective Order.” PC Pursuit never intended to violate the Protective Order and denies any wrongdoing. But PC Pursuit does agree with Draeger on the following points:
The Report was in draft form and based on incomplete data.
The Report was prepared before PC Pursuit had the opportunity to complete a comprehensive review of the Draeger Alcotest 9510.
For the above reasons, no one in possession of the Report should rely on it for any purpose.
PC Pursuit also requests that anyone in possession of the Report destroy any copies in their possession and to cease any further distribution of the Report.