Bot said my comment violated ToS
Following is a comment I tried to make in a Yahoo News article, but was instantly rejected, clearly, by a 'bot, since no human could have responded that quickly, even if they were "watching" as I typed! How did it violate ToS? I thought it was the word "bomb," but, I changed it to "appeared," and still got rejected (in case you're wondering, when I finish writing a comment, I always copy-paste to a text file on my computer, which has been a godsend when the comment fails to be submitted for whatever reason, including website bugs, server crash, etc., then works moments or days later).
"So, basically, this suit means that I can sue camera manufacturers any time someone photobombs my pictures/videos? Absurd! There's even a law in the USA that allows film productions to record anyone in the background without having the individuals sign a release form and/or having to pay a fee/salary/royalty. Seems contradictory, doesn't it?"
I hate bots.
Defiance Whatever commented
Well that's odd. Maybe it's the word Absurd or Contradictory since they do not like criticism.