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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.

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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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