Aug 21 2011, 08:16 AM
I've unfortunately become aware of an instance of Zymic apparently censoring another user for a controversial website, and I really hate censorship, so I've deleted my own site in protest. You may celebrate the slight amount of extra bandwidth that my absence from Zymic's servers will bring.
Aug 21 2011, 04:29 PM
well on Zymic we dont have censoring we just have a TOS to follow. We dont mind what your website is, as long as it doesnt violate our TOS. what was it that you wanted your site to be?
Aug 21 2011, 09:44 PM
I'm a computer programmer, and my website mostly contained free software before I deleted it, but that is not relevant to the website that Zymic removed. As I said, it was another user. I'm aware of the TOS. I actually read the TOS before joining because I try to avoid services that are eager to censor users. I personally woudn't impose anything too controversial on a host that I thought was decent; I just mainly don't like to associate with people who are fond of censorship.
I've seen this happen again and again, and I'm quite confident the site didn't do anything wrong except being controversial.
Aug 21 2011, 11:31 PM
well if he is no longer welcome on Zymic, its not due to his site its on the violations on his Zymic.com account
Jan 1 2013, 02:44 PM
QUOTE(prin1113ci @ Dec 10 2012, 12:26 PM)
The Russian version of Wikipedia is going dark this week in protest of proposed legislation that would create a blacklist .
nice comment prin
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