Dear Brandon,Let me introduce myself.My name is Lidia Golikova, I am communications director in Chronopaycompany. I am writing You as Ethics representative of DailyTech concerningthe article writing by Jason Mick Russian government is investigatingthe incidenthttp://www.dailytech.com/Russian+AntiSpam+Chief+Caught+Spamming/article18423.htm?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter.We would be very appreciate, if you could remove this article from yoursite, because it is doubtful and discredited our company.Moreover this article was published early - a half a year ago - in anotherweb site. Here it is linkhttp://ledgerlink.monster.com/news/articles/1064-russian-anti-spam-chief-caught-spamming.You could guess why one person writes the similar articles on onesubject in different media.Speaking about http://ledgerlink.monster - it is small web site for veryshort professional audience that is why we did not contact with them. ButDailyTech is respectful leading online magazine for a well-educatedaudience. Much people read you and hear your opinion. That is why to ouropinion it is very important that correct information will be publish inyour magazine.opinion it is very important that correct information will be publish inyour magazine.I hope for understanding and cooperation,Best regards,Lidia Golikova
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