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Hotmail and content advisor

Incredibly, I get a message from (enabled) content advisor when I open Hotmail: "The rating label on this page is invalid. "vz lz oz cz ) "" l gen true for "" r(n s v l ))" is not recognized or is not the right format. You may want to
notify the owner of this site."

I only use content advisor to block one or two specific sites (Approved sites - Never), the levels are set not to restrict content. How can Hotmail be incompatible with content advisor?!

Any ideas, please?

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