I took a look through your code and I liked what I saw, however I'm more concerned with bringing up a point...
After looking at the ActiveBuddy patent article here
, I'd taken my own bot that I had been running for over a year offline. Any thoughts on this matter? I'd rather not wind up with a cease and desist order, but I (and many others) have had a lot of fun with the bot. Has the writ since changed, or is ActiveBuddy still looking to consume all of the Aim bot market?
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