So yes you could say they removed "some" data
Damn, Hands, that was like pulling teeth...and no, the data wasn't considered inaccurate at all - they did what's called "changing the data 'cause you don't like the results". They already said they removed it because "users" had a problem with it! Better results from less data? Come on, Hands! Where's the checks and balance here? You don't let someone say they are removing data and that's going to result in better accuracy without being challenged, and especially since their reason is spelled out quite clearly, there are "users" who had problems.