Furthermore, notice that there is no person to sue. An “automatic classifier” made the call, and when you complained to a human-being, s/he responded timely.
And, as for the tens of thousands of other companies whose sites might be similarly “auto-blacklisted,” the odds are pretty good that no harm is being done to them, because if it were, they too would have done as you did. If the baby’s not crying, and is breathing, then presumably he is not in pain.
And so, the company, or rather the company’s (and Google’s ...) bots, are dishing out a heaping helping of “feel-good snake oil.” Yes, they are standing on the tower walls and calling out, “Wolf!” ... and maybe they have found a way to make money at it. It sure did good by Peter Norton.
“ ... and two to take him.”
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by syphilis (Canon) on Aug 14, 2013 at 07:26 UTC
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