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Postby UruSapiens » Mon Apr 30, 2007 12:10 am

Hi aspetti,
There is something "perverse" about all this,
The forums, traditionally were sites in which users can freely share their opinions, (of course, inside the margins of the forum rules..) but, there is growing something weird here... a new kind of forum, where the Companies have the right to "censor" post's if they don't like the user opinion, is that right? is that the "spirit" of the "new order"?
Excuse me for having another concept about freedom & liberty...

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Postby aspettl » Mon Apr 30, 2007 11:52 am

I only forbid illegal things. Nobody censors anything, except me and the team - if necessary due to laws. Or do you support defamation? I think not.

Of course you are welcome to set up a fund for legal problems in this forum ;-) Then I have better chances to support users in unclear situations (legally seen, most laws are imprecise).

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Postby UruSapiens » Mon May 07, 2007 12:54 am

aspettl wrote:Of course you are welcome to set up a fund for legal problems in this forum ;-)
Regards
Aaron


Done... just split out your Bank account number :wink:
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