First, I didn’t break any rules or policy. All I did was to say someone to stop saying things I haven’t said. Being so, I believe the other user is the one breaking those rules and policies. But, ok.
Second, I used to come in here, under a different user account, sometime ago. I didn’t like how things went, and deleted it. Things seem not to be any different since then. Why? Whenever a user, in his/her right, asks COMODO how something like what has been discussed here can be happening, it seems everyone, wanting to be clarified and seeking for more in depth information, is just trying to bring down COMODO.
Its time to stop with that. It happened the same with the Ask.com toolbar thing, and so many other threads. It seems that no one can ask why something is like that and not the other way around. If all that is forbidden, then go ahead and make it visible in the policies and rules board or even when we register. Otherwise, we’re free to express and ask what we feel should be expressed and/or asked, without being rude to anybody.
I was never rude towards anyone. I merely defended myself, when some user starts to say things I haven’t said so. I invite everyone to read my posts and come to their own conclusion.
Perhaps, this sort of lecture should go towards that user and not me?
All I ever asked to Melih, and not that user, was how something like what has been discussed here, could be happening. Melih knows I didn’t strictly targeted COMODO. I always mentioned it was an issue among all CAs. Melih explained it to me. I got clarified.
But, it seems this user as nothing more useful to do than being misleading people to believe I was bashing and bringing down COMODO, when it was not the case.
edit: Subject changed - kail