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I am addressing this very seriously to EVERY lawyer with legal expertise in copyright infringement and fair use, and I'm also addressing this to any lawyer well-versed in the legal statutes on internet child pornography.

As I'm sure many of you already know, pornish_pixies was permanently deleted today by Livejournal.com, along with a number of other communities with "incest" as an interest, an incomplete list of which is here.


Straight up, people. What are our options as a fandom to fight this? What are all our options to fight this, and how can we as a fandom collectively work to deal with Six Apart in this issue?

Please respond, because I really, really want to get started on the part where the fandom rallies together to make our voices heard by Six Apart.

Thanks.

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executrix
May. 30th, 2007 03:04 pm (UTC)
I apologize for not being able to find the relevant message upthread--my LJ freezes when I try to read long threads!--but perhaps one fruitful approach would be some viral non-marketing: "We were going to buy permanent accounts, but now we're not going to because we think you SOBs are just going to grab our money and TOS us anytime some loose nut doesn't like what we write."
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