Or, as they say in the interbebz, RUKM? I've had my Nexus 6 and my Moto 360 for about a month now. I couldn't be happier with them. So, this morning I get an email from AT&T asking me to review my device. Normally I would decline the request, but i thought this phone in particular was worth rating. Naturally, I gave it 5 stars and posted in the comments area After filling out a lot more personal information than necessary which they require to post , I hit submit. A minute or two later I get an email asking me to confirm the review was from me. Okay, they want to curtail spammers, i get that. But, shortly after that I get this email ... Whiskey Tango Foxtrot! Hmmm, being that I am called upon to enforce our own rules and policies from time to time, I thought it might be possible that I have overstepped some obscure boundary, so I decided to review the guidelines. Section one. I wrote it, I have voluntarily waived my "moral rights" (whatever that means). I am over 4 times 13 years old and I recognize invalid circular logic when I see it, so I will gladly agree not to violate anything that is a violation. Section two. I thought I wrote something that was truthful, accurate and clear. Other than using Motorola's name without a "®" I don't see any copyrighted material here. No laws were broken, unless there is an ordinance against using the word "Big" twice on the same line in December. Hmmm, maybe "fingerprint" or "flagship" are defamatory expressions. And no links were posted, spammy, virus-laden or otherwise. The only thing I did submit was my email address which they now have used to notify me three times for marketing purposes. This on the other hand is an actual review that was permitted. I reiterate ... Whiskey Tango Foxtrot!