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Who exactly are "unsubscribe.com" and do we care about their opinion? Seems like this is just a way for them to get folks to pay for their "certification," which I have never once seen on another site.
OS: Mac OS X → All
Hardware: x86 → All
Here's their About: http://www.unsubscribe.com/about.php I heard about them from CatalogChoice.org, which I mostly trust, since they have actually reduced my flow of unwanted paper catalogs (something I could do for myself, if I wanted to take the time, but clicking buttons is easier).
I contacted them to tell them that their assessment of AoA is wrong. We do not post on peoples behalf. Other than that I'm with James, sounds more like a tool to pressure companies into paying for their certification. -- Dear unsubscribe.com support team, We were made aware today that our Twitter tool "Army o Awesome" was given a "CAUTION" rating by unsubscribe.com. Since I don't know the exact criteria for the rating, I won't question the rating itself (although you will be hard pressed to find any Terms of Services that are more considerate of user privacy than Mozilla's). However it is not true that the "Army o Awesome" tool posts tweets on behalf of you. The instructions on the page are self explanatory. You choose a tweet you want to reply to, log in, write an answer (or select a pre-written one), and you click on submit. The only time something is sent from "Army of Awesome" is when you click on "submit" https://support.mozilla.com/army-of-awesome I hope you reconsider your rating for the "Army of Awesome", but please do remove the wrong statement about the "Army of Awesome" posting on ones behalf. Mozilla is a global non-profit dedicated to putting you in control of your online experience and shaping the future of the Web for the public good. Our Terms of Services are in line with that, and always put you first. Warm wishes, Kadir Topal Mozilla support
Okay, I got a first answer: "Thanks Kadir. I have passed this on to our review team and it should be changed. We have whitelisted Mozilla on Facebook and must have missed this one on Twitter." Let's see now.
Final answer: "Our rating system is comprised of various factors which combine to form a recommendation to our users. Since the time you contacted us, we re-reviewed your application, and changed your status to "Safe". Do you have any other FB, Twitter, or LinkedIn apps, other than Army of Darkness, that we should look at again?" I'm not sure if I like that he called AoA the Army of Darkness, but looks like we got what we wanted ;) Thanks for filing this bug Janet, the description and the screenshot were most useful!
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 7 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
Let's assume that he's a Sam Raimi fan, and not referring to a Microsoft social media campaign :-) I confirmed that AofA now shows up with "SAFE" reputation and "OKAY" recommendation.
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
Glad that we were able to fix this for you. Also as you can see we are not trying to monetize by forcing developers to pay for better ratings. That is not something we will ever do. Jamie, CEO and Founder of Unsubscribe.com
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