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Отметил массовый исход приход в DW из Ж#довского Журнала.

                                                  Таки шалом ВАм в tyt !!!!!!


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Иностранцам суповцы рассказывают, что сломали жежешечку,
и вежливо извиняются

Sorry we broke the LJ again...
Hi all,
For the last few days site performance has been pretty bad
however we're slowly making changes to get as many people
access to the site as possible.

In the meantime, the most reliable way to access the site
is logged out. Viewing certain journals while logged in
may give you a timeout error due to some bugs we're
working on.

а кириллическим юзерам - про небывалых размеров ддос,
от которого все упало

Folks, прошло достаточно времени для того, чтобы собрать
необходимые данные и с уверенностью сделать из этого
неутешительный вывод Т к сожалению, это был и есть DDoS,
причем такой мощности и характера, что до серверов
LiveJournal он даже не дошел, т.е. магистральные
провайдеры Qwest и Verizon, поставляющие услуги в
дата-центр, где расположены наши сервера, не выдержали
нагрузки, и весь дата-центр, т.е. не только LiveJournal,
были отрезаны от мира как минимум на 5 часов.
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Here is full view of the post Denise Paoluссi ([personal profile] synecdochic) Russian blogger, a mathematics professor with no abbreviations and notes:

Denise Paoluссi, founder and longstanding head of Abuse
at livejournal.com, says wonders about his fight
for "freedom of speech in Russia.

In private correspondence, she was much more outspoken.

Date: Tue, 21 Jun 2005 4:52:58 -0400
From: Denise Paolucci <denisep@livejournal.com>
Subject: Re: Russian suspensions
To: verbit@thelema.mccme.ru (Misha Verbitsky)

"Freedom of speech" is a government concept, and isn't applicable
to LiveJournal as a privately-held company. The members of the Abuse
team believe strongly in the concept of free speech; in fact, many of
the team are members of organizations such as the ACLU. However, the
team also recognizes that LiveJournal has business needs. As a
privately-held company, LiveJournal can set any standards we want for
the use of our service. You can look over the policy document and see
where the decisions have been made ​regarding unrestrained expression
vs. maintaining a usable service. On the whole, the balance is
significantly tipped toward the "unrestrained expression" side, but the
classic example of not being permitted to yell "fire" in a crowded
theatre applies here as well. This is not censorship. It's upholding a
basic set of rules of conduct to keep LiveJournal usable. If you do not
agree with these rules, which are widely publicized, you should not
keep a journal on LiveJournal.

On a personal note, I've noticed that whenever the Abuse team sends
a notice of violation to a Russian-speaking user, or suspends the
journal of a Russian-speaking user, 50 of his or her friends will
immediately write in to protest. This accomplishes nothing except
wasting the Abuse team's time. Information will never be given to a
third party, under any circumstances whatsoever.

Read more... )

Original: http://lj.rossia.org/users/tiphareth/1474406.html

Read through the translator: http://translate.google.ru/translate?js=n&prev=_t&hl=ru&ie=UTF-8&layout=2&eotf=1&sl=ru&tl=en&u=http%3A%2F%2Flj.rossia.org%2Fusers%2Ftiphareth%2F1474406.html
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Wrote a letter. Send to [personal profile] synecdochic

Salute you on behalf of the Russian Internet. Could you please publicly explain this? http://translate.google.ru/translate?js=n&prev=_t&hl=ru&ie=UTF-8&layout=2&eotf=1&sl=ru&tl=en&u=http%3A%2F%2Flj.rossia.org%2Fusers%2Ftiphareth%2F1474406.html
This is based on your statements in this post http://synecdochic.dreamwidth.org/459929.html

will wait for an answer. But I suspect that the answer will not be


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