On 18 January 2012 22:02, Risker
Actually, you do need to worry about takedown
orders - the site is *not*
shut down, it's accessible through Mobile and through very simple, easily
I know. That's what I'm saying I don't understand. If we're going to
have a blackout, why not do it properly?
I second that.
Also, it seems as if the starting point of this discussion somehow gets lost.
configurations - like Firefox running noscript, or IExplorer when extra secure configured
(i.e. because you do not add sites to the whitelist when they do not mandatory require JS
to work), and, to complete, textbrowsers. But the Firefox and IExlporer figures probably
are some magnitudes higher. (I'm not familiar with Chrome, Opera, Safari etc but i
guess they also have secure settings and plugins.)
I do not mind if you sent a 503 or 404 or whatever. You will work that out somehow and if
it means search engines have to catch up some days then why not, is that actually such a
But i really don't know.
But the point was, this is not about how to HAVE still access to users, but about how to
really NOT have access. Wasn't this the point of the protest, to start with ?