An archive of disturbing illustration
Part II. Conclusion
Furthermore, the letter claims trademark violation, but we state in ALL CAPITAL LETTERS that our rating was not endorsed by RSAC. It was merely made compatible with it. This would be equivalent to Netscape suing Microsoft for sending "Mozilla/Compatible" as their browser identifier -- which they do -- and for which nobody has even raised the slightest stink over. What fucknuts, this RSAC.
We don't care much for ratings systems. The internet was not created for children, and there's no reason to turn it over to them now.