from Download.com then the review page there, the one with the green Download Now button, has a link to "Report a problem".
That's how to do it.
I'm looking for software tools on CNet for a non-lucrative organisation, so i was looking for FREE software since this organisation doesn't have 300$ to spend on a syslog tool.
I've found out that MOST of the software have a wrong price. Software publishers categorize themselves as FREE, while it's FREE TO TRY.
Anyone can tell me how we can report those companies to CNET?
I'm using CNet for 2 reasons: Because it's easy to search for software with some filtering (like pricing, relevance sorting, etc), and also because most files are "free of virus".
I think it's time to get the thing back on track... there should be a REPORT button somewhere on every software download page to help users to ask for a re-classification of a file... and maybe snap some fingers when Software Publisher keep acting like morons.
Thanks for the information