Mainly regarding Facebook’s TOS.
I really can’t imagine they will look favorably upon content that automatically redirects people from their site.
And I believe that autoloading cookies (without someone actually clicking something) is also against pretty much all affiliate networks’ TOS and probably a blatant FTC violation.
I like that it adds folks to a retargeting campaign but again, in the absence of an actual "action" on the part of the visitor, is even THAT ethical/legal?
I know that most people trust that super-fancy software is fully compliant with TOS across the board, but it's really "buyer beware". Good luck telling a major social site that you didn't know the software you were using was violating their TOS and getting your account back. Or worse, not getting sued.
And man, if it doesn't say that it is fully compliant (and will continue to be) in big block letters on the salesletter, I treat it like undeclared MSG in Chinese food! Complete crap shoot.
Unless you read 100 pages of TOS to ensure it is compliant, that is. Not likely.
The vendor is a standup guy who makes good stuff and does quality reviews for other folks' stuff. But this one concerns me.
Though one could use it without all the fancy (questionable) automated stuff, I guess...
Anyone else raise a red flag over this one? Well-versed on Facebook's TOS? The FTC's rules on cookies and retargeting?