SOPA| PIPA Discussion - Wikipedia (English version) offline Wednesday 1/18/12

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Offline siljaline

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I cannot PM you what I believe was pruned since I do not recall the exact content of my comments.

Those that pruned want me here. Those that pruned should have asked me first since they are aware of my stance on post pruning.

I did not post opinion, simply that the link was and is associated with my Facebook post.

If post pruning is condoned at this website as I have seen in a few brief visits (at the risk of repeating myself) I will take my business elsewhere.

•  Edit for clarity only nothing was removed or edited • 
« Last Edit: January 20, 2012, 04:52:57 PM by siljaline »
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Nothing was removed but an uploaded attachment that showed as a flashing red envelope. For the safety of our members, SpywareHammer does not permit attachments unless arrangements have been made with our staff prior to posting.

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Well it's official now folks...uncertainty abounds in the halls of justice.
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If post pruning is condoned at this website as I have seen in a few brief visits (at the risk of repeating myself) I will take my business elsewhere.

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Offline siljaline

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Since I cannot islolate the exact post it would be reply # 8 in this thread

If the @Ted.com post from my comment thread on Facebook would have been cited as having originated from me although some would and have begged to differ, they were sourced eslewhere, I would not have taken this post to issue.

Additionally, I believe some of the content I posted related to this was taken offline since it was later stated it was off topic.




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The content that you reference was taken from the January 18 @tedtalks TEDTalks Updates at Twitter and reposted at SpywareHammer the following day.  @bugbatter's Twitter account has been following two @tedtalks accounts for a while and has reposted the videos here, in private forums, and on Facebook. The fact that Facebook members may be sharing the same links is understandable. It is common that people with similar interests follow the same accounts at Twitter, but impossible to give credit to everyone at Facebook who has in turn shared those links.
I hope this clears up any misunderstanding.

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