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Post Reply If you could, what websites would you shut down permanently?
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Posted 5/28/15 , edited 7/26/15
You have the resources to do so and you are not limited.
Posted 5/28/15 , edited 7/26/15
I mean other than like child porn sites or animal abuse stuff, nothing.

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just a site you find annoying? maybe 4chan, but there's a reason i avoid the site, it annoys me, so i choose to not venture there.
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Keep the Web sites open in keeping with freedom of expression.
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Facebook.
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Kidding...

Nah I leave it all open. It's the internet. You have to take the good with the bad.
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4Chan. Just to watch the trolls have a meltdown.
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Posted 5/28/15 , edited 7/26/15
Remember when Crackle was one of the first streaming sites, so that Sony/Columbia could catch on to the new browser-viewing wave, and you could watch Ghostbusters, Jeannie and The Last Dragon on it?
Now we have an entire streaming industry for cellphones, tablets and set-top boxes, and Crackle has become sort of the belching low-rent frathouse equivalent of the Weed and Anime thread. Guess that's what happens when you don't charge a subscription, but I ain't paying for what they got now.
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I wouldn't. Even illegal sites should face the justice of their country of origin - it is not my job to enforce justice on them. Even rival community sites have the right of freedom of expression and taking it down would be hypocritical.
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Posted 5/28/15
I would keep it all open.
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Posted 5/28/15 , edited 7/26/15
Sites like child porn and sites that promote terrorism. But I don't actually know of any sites like that specifically.
Posted 6/1/15 , edited 7/30/15
All unofficial anime streaming sites
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facebook, youtube, netflix, tumblr, pinterest, hulu, myspace, twitter, google, bing, steam, anything and everything remotely popular, just to see what happens.
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Posted 6/1/15 , edited 6/1/15
Kpop related websites. because I'm evil
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twitter
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