Well, we know that Nestle doesn't seem to like criticism. The debacle on their Facebook page makes that pretty obvious.
But it looks like they're actively blocking reasonable, informed criticism of their unsustainable business practices.
Since Wednesday, we've been asking our supporters to email Paul Bulcke, the CEO of the company, politely asking him to clean up Nestle's business practices and stop using unsustainable palm oil that's contributing to the destruction of Indonesia's rainforests.
But from what we can tell, Nestle have been blocking the IP address of our mail delivery software since Werdnesday afternoon. Rather than engage with people's concerns, they decided to try and censor them. Just like they did with comments on their facebook page - just like they tried to do with our Kitkat subvert.
So, we've now changed the recipient of messages to the corporate email address of one of their international board members. And, we've got all the emails that haven't got through stored on our system - and we're going to find a fun way to deliver them to the company.
And check out the bounceback message here, showing that our IP address was blocked: