They have a page that allows people to remove definitions, one of the two reasons a definition can be removed is if it has a full name. With this reasoning, its safe to assume they don't want personal information shared, yet they won't follow through when I try to contact them about it. My first and last name, as well as where I live are posted in a definition online. They say on the page a definition can be removed if it has a full name, yet for years my name as well as my location have been posted in a definition, and they won't remove it. I don't want my personal info shared with the world, I want my privacy. That isn't right for them to allow that to be posted.
How would any of you feel if someone was going around posting your full first and last name online, as well as where you live, and the website that it was published to wasn't doing a thing about it? How would you feel if thousands were able to see that information publicly?
They haven't caused me to lose any money, but they have caused me to lose my privacy when someone sees the definition. I don't like that. The point is that they supposedly don't want personal info shared, yet they're allowing my personal info to be shared, and they aren't following through with their policy by removing it. They are being hypocrites, and I'm only trying to sue them because they won't give me my privacy back.