jmccormac - 2:49 pm on Jun 13, 2013 (gmt 0)
Some of the snakeoil salespeople masquerading as SEOs won't like this. I think that many of them just spam site owners requesting that links be removed and charge the client for this service. IF, it is capitalised for a reason, it turns out that only a few links in a site's profiles are bad or "unnatural" then it will mean less money for these people who trade on the fears of site owners. Only after the FUD smoke clears will the damage that blanket removals requests have done to the ranking of these sites become apparent.