I understand that if I choose to make a public web presence (e. G. Facebook, LinkedIn, Google, etc.) that my information may be made public. However, MyLife went over the line when the 'owner' (bot) did a personal review of me, even though he knows nothing about me. MyLife mines this information, shares it and then threatens people if they want to manage it. While there is little I should expect to manage public sites, it's information they generate about me – not created by me – that is offensive. They have the audacity to review me and leave me a rating of 7.5 out of 10. MyLife steps over the line by submitting a personal review without offering an option to remove it… Unless I pay.

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