Nahh, I don't think so, the issue (as with anything automagically generated by machines) is that there is a (low usually) probability of a mistake.
And then we go into the same generic issue with assistance (with *any*) product.
If you have a very low failure rate, then the cost of effective, working, human powered assistance will (should be) trifling, but surely if you do not provide *any* human powered assistance you will save quite a few bucks.
This is what google - generally speaking - do, they provide any number of "free" (computerized) services and then provide NO assistance whatsoever for them.
In the case of a "service" like this it is more or less like a trial where you have no defense and you are directly sentenced (by this superior entity).
The real serious issue (as I see it) is that the good Mozilla guys actually use it, I had greater expectations from them but since several years each and every release of the stupid Firefox browser becomes worse and more "aligned" (in a bad sense) to the "establishment" or majority.
BTW the 911cd site is "normally" listed as result of a Google search the warning only appears once you click on the link (provided in this case by Google themselves) and actually try to access the site.