1 year ago
Last edited at 2:18PM on 1/11/2012
No, that's the beauty of it - the only agenda is questions and answers! Well, that and our powerful search engine, but questions and answers are part of the search engine, too. No other corporate objectives.
Ask.com deletes questions which violate community standards. You can read them and see what is not acceptable (profanity, nonsense, etc). By saying there are corporate "masters," the question implies slavery; the suggestion is risable and mildly insulting. It is more like we all are keeping the place clean and tidy and safe to play in, for the sake of the kids.