There's NO WAY you just release software like that into production. There should have been multiple rounds of user-acceptance testing before this final rollout. "Experimental" software (sometimes called beta) is something that a company hands out only to the most avant-garde users/developers; end users would only come into contact with such software with plenty of notice that there's no implied warranty, and any adverse experience is their problem.
This issue sucks a$$, and just burns me up. Even if it were thoroughly tested, the fact that they're using the "experimental" label to circumvent the statute, is very unethical.