A disambiguation page needs a minimum of two similar starting names. Unfortunately, one of the two users in this entry does not want his name (XXXX) to be public. By just eliminating the name next to the user's entry, but not the article's one (XXXX), it's still informing people that one of the two people is (XXXX). Defeats the requested anonymity.
And by taking out the user requesting privacy (his current article name does not match this page's name), that leaves only one user on it: not a disambiguation anymore. Hence deletion. - Spirou 19:07, 29 August 2013 (EDT)