In December of 2011 we first brought you news about the longstanding feud between the online poker traffic tracking site PokerScout.com and the online poker room Bodog, where Bodog accused PokerScout of profiting from online poker sites’ data without permission. Of course, PokerScout sees this very differently, and as PokerScout.com owner Dan Stewart claims, the site’s “duty to our readers to provide neutral and complete coverage of the market necessarily took precedence over the wishes of a single operator.”
Over the years everything from extortion to “cooked numbers” have been levied, and it seems that the feud is still alive and well after PokerScout.com removed Bodog from their tracking numbers, which some thought was pokerscout.com finally capitulating to Bodog’s requests to remove them. However, the absence of Bodog lasted only 24 hours, and when the site returned to the traffic rankings CalvinAyre.com’s xxx penned another article criticizing PokerScout.com and their data collection methods.
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