I can see both sides of that last bit. They need to make such an assumption if they want to make progress as some people may no longer be reachable (no known email address, passed away). Making that assumption that no response equals acquiescence lets them move forward.
The problem is that some people that they weren't able to reach may not like the new license agreement. Also I'm not sure if such an assumption would stand up in court should it come to that.
There's also the fact that with blended and single malt there are going to be different prices. That would also play into anyone being upset with being sold blended as single malt.
Though that doesn't play as much of a role in a chicken sandwich since you aren't buying just the chicken but the combined product. Still, I don't want someone telling me they use 100% chicken if it's 50% filler.
Not that anyone will care but the Wall Street Journal has an interesting article pointing out the link that Trump and his companies have to many other countries. Including places that many people in the USA would regard as less than desirable. It sets up a potential conflict of interest with Trump should he become President but no one wants to talk about that when there's a Clinton to hang.
Just face it. We are screwed.
You're using a keyboard! How quaint!