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theljstaff wrote in lj_policy
Welcome to lj_policy!

We're glad you're here. This community will be used to gather your opinions about social and community policy.

We understand that there is a lot to absorb and process right now with the creation of LiveJournal, Inc. Since this is a transition for all of us, we want to initiate a dialogue with you, the users. We feel it is very important to hear your concerns before we release any changes to current policies, and we want to start this process right away.

As a starting point, we don't want to just guess what's important to you; we want to hear about it directly from you. Please take a moment to answer the questions below:

1) What is your greatest concern about LiveJournal's current policies?

2) Regarding your primary concern, are you aware of a site that handles that issue in a way that you like?

This is just a starting point to get your initial ideas. We know you have a lot more where these come from, and in the coming days and weeks we will make sure you have a chance to voice your opinions. We look forward to your comments.

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We need a service that doesn't respond and immediately delete things someone finds 'offensive' - only removing things that are actually ILLEGAL would save both LJ and your customers much time and trouble.

Exactly what I've been saying: offensive is not the same as illegal. Illegal content should be deleted but everyone's idea of "offensive" is going to be different.

LJ shouldn't be the one monitoring a child's internet usage - that is a parent's job - but they've taken it upon themselves to be the savior of the blogging world and it's going to end up killing the service as more and more people leave or, like I plan to do, not end up renewing their paid subscriptions.


Ugg, I'm truly tired of this whole "it's everyones' job to parent kids!". Their latest favorite excuse is that some parents don't pay attention to what their kids are watching, so everyone else has to do their job for them. *massive annoyed sigh*

But you're not joking - I despise it most because LJ is the first blogging system I started using, and I really don't want to have to pick up and move to another one, learning everything all over again. I'm hearing more and more people like you lately, that are going to let their paid subscriptions run out, especially on my flist. Though not only because of the LJ PC drama - also because it's probably not wise to continue having credit information stored or given to LJ (because of the Russian buyout), as Eastern Europe is one of the identity theft hotspots.

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