The link provides a copy of the list of White House officials who requested the unmasking of Gen. Flynn’s name in intelligence reports documenting the surveillance of U.S. citizens. By itself the list doesn’t appear to be a smoking gun, although for some of the individuals it may become one.
Of the 39 officials who submitted unmasking requests, only a half dozen or so appear to occupy investigative or intelligence positions. I’m surprised that so many political operatives had such casual access to sensitive data. It is notable, too, that all the unmasking requests were submitted after the 2016 election but prior to the subsequent inauguration.