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From Rich Bowen <rbo...@rcbowen.com>
Subject Re: Unwanted solicitation - will issue complaint
Date Fri, 27 Oct 2017 08:57:50 GMT
Hi, Carole,

I'm sorry for any negative experience you have had in conjunction with the
Apache name. However, I'm not at all sure what you're talking about. What
program have you been "installed" on? What scam have you been subjected to?

As noted in the passage you have quoted, our software is free for download
and use by anyone, and, as a result, we do not control, nor are we
responsible for, content hosted on those websites.

If there's any further help or information we can provide, please do feel
free to contact me directly.

On Tue, Oct 24, 2017 at 5:21 PM Carole Nervig <carolenervig@me.com> wrote:

> I did not request any download for Apache nor to be on a mailing list.
>
> Please remove me as any kind of contact.
>
> I support Native American rights, but am very upset to be ‘installed’ on
> your program.
>
> I read your FAQ, but I still don’t trust anything. WHY is your
> organization in any way part of this scheme or scam?
>
> I hate having my privacy or my computer invaded.
>
> Why don’t you take legal action against these people if you are not doing
> it? It ruins your reputation and I would never make a donation after this
> experience.
>
> Carole Nervig
>
>
> You unexpectedly see an Apache HTTP Server installation page when you
> visit a Web site.  <>If you have sent us mail because you saw a page saying
> 'It Worked!' (or something similar indicating that Apache has been
> installed) on your screen or a Web site you visited, please go back and
> READ the page. It should explain what is going on. The page is the
> equivalent of a demo or the ReadMe file from a Windows application
> installation; it is intended for the person who installed the software and
> is supposed to show that the installation was completed successfully. The
> problem you are experiencing has nothing to do with us, and we cannot help
> you. You need to contact the Webmaster for the site. If the site is
> www.foo.com, for instance, try sending mail to <webmaster@foo.com>. If
> it's www.toddsbeer.org, send mail to <webmaster@toddsbeer.org>. And so on.
>
>

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