My WSJ Techroundup email sends

My WSJ Techroundup email sends this message my way: "A computer virus carried by e-mail messages bearing the title 'I Love You'…" If the point of this message is to warn people of the virus (an assumption on my part), wouldn't it make more sense to write the title the way it appears in the subject line of the infected email ("ILOVEYOU")? This sort of nonchalant approach to capitalization could result in massive amounts of valid love letters being deleted, hopes being dashed, and loves' being mistakenly presumed unrequited 'round the globe.