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They are lying about not being able to change it, booking.com invented the algorithm, it can be changed. What they are really saying is: “please don’t bother us, we don’t want to spend the time and money to fix this.”.
Suggesting people overwhelm them with the suggestions button is a way to avoid actually addressing the root problem, the faulty algorithm because someone never thought of how to handle this case when they wrote the code.
This is where laws could be effective, make vendors obligated to change code that is wrong and inconvenient. The computers should do the bidding of the people using them, not the other way around.
The Yuba River is between here and there, and a lot of very rough mountainous country. The notice is wrong and misleading. Undertaking to hike between the two points would be like a Lewis and Clark Expedition, and still you would figure out to cross the river. The only helicopters flying around would be those trying to rescue you.