Okay, I just realized I'm replying too many times, so will be addressing several concerns in this reply (separated by horizontal rules).
In my opinion, it is that cut and dry.
Sure. But as @ndalby said he wasn't going to do anything anyway. I think our moderators handle the matter well.
Also, I've had a few poor experiences with admins closing my post (both here about the Roav VIVA and on Reddit about the IFA products). I was very mad about it.
That's something I think Anker as a whole needs to understand better. Once something is public, it's public. There's no going back to change it. It looks worse if you try to cover it up. Overall not too many issues regarding my posts, but there are major issues with Anker's communication as a whole (see bottom of this post for my spiel on that).
Thank you. It's always refreshing to hear that what I do is appreciated by someone.
As @TechMan brought up, what I do involves constant Amazon searching and lots of browsing various places on the web. To reiterate, it's all public information.
For anyone that's interested (probably nobody), this is why I started doing what I do:
Anker's lack of communication infuriates me. I love Anker (customer service, products, giveaways, etc.), which means I might be a little more harsh on them than other companies. But they don't communicate well at all, internally or externally, I believe.
Their products are rarely properly announced (which in my opinion is via official press releases). When they do unveil products, details are missing and release dates are unreliable. The worst part is they don't update you on any of their products after their announcement (until a second or third official announcement), even if they've missed their target launch time by months or even years.
This is really sad because I believe their sales could be so much better if they just communicated better.
The other major issue is their product lines. They're a mess. Way too many products in one area with very few differences. And their lack of communication only makes matters worse when consumers are trying to decide which one to get.
All of this and more inspired me to try my best to deliver Anker's news how it should be done. Of course, my ability to do this is severely restricted because I simply lack the info (and permission) to share everything Anker knows about at the right times. So what I do is share anything that's out there on the world wide web that Anker has not already officially posted on their official forums.
Okay, that's enough ranting for now.