+GeoGeeBee Posted January 21, 2010 Share Posted January 21, 2010 I got an email a few days ago notifying me of a new cache that was published. The name of the cache is <companyname>.com. If you were to type that name into your web browser, it takes you to a commercial website that advertises the cache owner's business. (The name of the website, the cache owner's user name, and the business name are all the same.) No, you don't need to visit the website to find the cache. There is no blatant advertising on the cache page, no link to the website. Just the name. Still, I bet if you tried to publish a cache called WalMart.com or BuySwagHere.com it would not be allowed. Am I being too sensitive? Is this perfectly ok? Pushing the edge of what is allowed? Or over the line completely? Quote Link to comment
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