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  1. h20work's Avatar
    The reason I decided to follow Crackberry was because of the great support and offerings of all BlacBerry news and ideas. I've been enjoying the writing of the staff and the positive and thoughtful comments from the forums. I chose to simply pass over and ignore the negative comments. I cannot, however, overlook the apparent approval and encouragement of porn. It seems to me that you need to decide what level of professionalism you want to be identified with. We all have the right to make our own lifestyle choices but we do not have the right to impose them on others. I truly hope you will decide to be sensitive to all of your followers.
    Impose them on others, you mean exactly what you just did?
    02-09-13 11:55 PM
  2. BergerKing's Avatar
    Lions and tigers and bears, oh my

    Posted using CrackBerry App on BB10
    02-09-13 11:56 PM
  3. trsbbs's Avatar
    Crackberry Forums is a "moderated" site.

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    When a site is moderated, either before content appears or shortly thereafter, the operator of the site assumes responsibility for the material that appears. If inappropriate content is posted on the site, and the moderators have failed to find it and deal with it appropriately, then the operator may become liable for that content.This makes moderating content a relatively high-risk and labour-intensive approach, and as a result many sites choose not to moderate, but to rely on a complaints process. However, it is readily accepted that there is a greater moral imperative to moderate the content of some types of sites for instance those which are used by children. By moderating the site the operator puts its trust in the individuals who act as moderators, and these moderators must be given clear guidelines on how to fulfill their role.

    This goes for posts from folks looking for "fun" in the main forums, to images that users and owners post on the website to what is said and who is allowed access to it. per age etc.

    Tim
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    02-09-13 11:57 PM
  4. BergerKing's Avatar
    Is this not how everyone eats their Gingerbreadwoman?
    You can do that at the Y.
    Last edited by BergerKing; 02-10-13 at 12:14 AM.
    02-10-13 12:00 AM
  5. Morpheus's Avatar
    this whole thread is on censorship...yet, no one has a problem that you can't say ****, ****, ****, ***, *****, ****, ****, or any other "curse words....so why are "suggestive" photos any different?
    louzer likes this.
    02-10-13 12:01 AM
  6. blue_k's Avatar
    Crackberry Forums is a "moderated" site.

    Moderation, liability and terms of use

    Moderated sites
    When a site is moderated, either before content appears or shortly thereafter, the operator of the site assumes responsibility for the material that appears. If inappropriate content is posted on the site, and the moderators have failed to find it and deal with it appropriately, then the operator may become liable for that content.This makes moderating content a relatively high-risk and labour-intensive approach, and as a result many sites choose not to moderate, but to rely on a complaints process. However, it is readily accepted that there is a greater moral imperative to moderate the content of some types of sites – for instance those which are used by children. By moderating the site the operator puts its trust in the individuals who act as moderators, and these moderators must be given clear guidelines on how to fulfill their role.

    This goes for posts from folks looking for "fun" in the main forums, to images that users and owners post on the website to what is said and who is allowed access to it. per age etc.

    Tim
    Many of us find that this is not inappropriate content though, as it really isn't. Also, how would CB be liable? For what would they be liable for from a legal stand point? Also, what you posted is for UK laws, CB is hosted in the US.
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    02-10-13 12:01 AM
  7. papped's Avatar
    lol.... how do some people survive on the internet with such thin skin...
    02-10-13 12:02 AM
  8. blue_k's Avatar
    this whole thread is on censorship...yet, no one has a problem that you can't say ****, ****, ****, ***, *****, ****, ****, or any other "curse words....so why are "suggestive" photos any different?
    I have always found the forums censoring software way too strict.
    02-10-13 12:04 AM
  9. h20work's Avatar
    Crackberry Forums is a "moderated" site.

    Moderation, liability and terms of use

    Moderated sites
    When a site is moderated, either before content appears or shortly thereafter, the operator of the site assumes responsibility for the material that appears. If inappropriate content is posted on the site, and the moderators have failed to find it and deal with it appropriately, then the operator may become liable for that content.This makes moderating content a relatively high-risk and labour-intensive approach, and as a result many sites choose not to moderate, but to rely on a complaints process. However, it is readily accepted that there is a greater moral imperative to moderate the content of some types of sites – for instance those which are used by children. By moderating the site the operator puts its trust in the individuals who act as moderators, and these moderators must be given clear guidelines on how to fulfill their role.

    This goes for posts from folks looking for "fun" in the main forums, to images that users and owners post on the website to what is said and who is allowed access to it. per age etc.

    Tim
    Please Mr non lawyer, keep telling us about your vast knowledge of the law. I'm learning sooooooo much.
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    02-10-13 12:07 AM
  10. h20work's Avatar
    You do that at the Y.
    ROFL
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    02-10-13 12:09 AM
  11. Emu the Foo's Avatar
    has anyone noticed how many thanks the OP has received? I'm offended
    LOL niiiice. I like that
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    02-10-13 12:09 AM
  12. h20work's Avatar
    Crackberry Forums is a "moderated" site.

    Moderation, liability and terms of use

    Moderated sites
    When a site is moderated, either before content appears or shortly thereafter, the operator of the site assumes responsibility for the material that appears. If inappropriate content is posted on the site, and the moderators have failed to find it and deal with it appropriately, then the operator may become liable for that content.This makes moderating content a relatively high-risk and labour-intensive approach, and as a result many sites choose not to moderate, but to rely on a complaints process. However, it is readily accepted that there is a greater moral imperative to moderate the content of some types of sites – for instance those which are used by children. By moderating the site the operator puts its trust in the individuals who act as moderators, and these moderators must be given clear guidelines on how to fulfill their role.

    This goes for posts from folks looking for "fun" in the main forums, to images that users and owners post on the website to what is said and who is allowed access to it. per age etc.

    Tim
    I forwarded this thread to my accountant, she thinks you're mistaken about liable in this case.
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    02-10-13 12:13 AM
  13. nappp's Avatar
    Crackberry Forums is a "moderated" site.

    Moderation, liability and terms of use

    Moderated sites
    When a site is moderated, either before content appears or shortly thereafter, the operator of the site assumes responsibility for the material that appears. If inappropriate content is posted on the site, and the moderators have failed to find it and deal with it appropriately, then the operator may become liable for that content.This makes moderating content a relatively high-risk and labour-intensive approach, and as a result many sites choose not to moderate, but to rely on a complaints process. However, it is readily accepted that there is a greater moral imperative to moderate the content of some types of sites for instance those which are used by children. By moderating the site the operator puts its trust in the individuals who act as moderators, and these moderators must be given clear guidelines on how to fulfill their role.

    This goes for posts from folks looking for "fun" in the main forums, to images that users and owners post on the website to what is said and who is allowed access to it. per age etc.

    Tim
    do I thank you or wikipedia?
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    02-10-13 12:14 AM
  14. Cap_172R's Avatar
    guy should've ran a poll or something.. do you find the post *insert name* offensive? yes or no....

    would've made for a shorter thread... but then again, it was pretty entertaining...LOL
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    02-10-13 12:17 AM
  15. BergerKing's Avatar
    lol.... how do some people survive on the internet with such thin skin...


    Here's some crapp for that...
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    02-10-13 12:17 AM
  16. h20work's Avatar
    do I thank you or wikipedia?
    Citing the case of habius vs corpus, I feel that the plaintiff ms Miranda has no rights. She doesn't even have a tattoo!
    02-10-13 12:20 AM
  17. BergerKing's Avatar
    guy should've ran a poll or something.. do you find the post *insert name* offensive? yes or no....

    would've made for a shorter thread... but then again, it was pretty entertaining...LOL
    Ahh, polls are overrated. This 'frank' discussion has gotten a lot more boom.
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    02-10-13 12:21 AM
  18. Emu the Foo's Avatar
    Yeah. This this is crazy. Only commenting now because I want comments on here. Don't care at this point. I spoke my mind on Page 11... I'll be here all week! Try the veal!
    BergerKing, nappp, h20work and 1 others like this.
    02-10-13 12:22 AM
  19. h20work's Avatar
    lol.... how do some people survive on the internet with such thin skin...
    Prozac helps.

    Speaking of Prozac, don't google Prozac nation images
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    02-10-13 12:23 AM
  20. BergerKing's Avatar
    As a chick who is usually the offended gender in regards to porn, even I think the op needs to lighten up. I laughed for a good ten minutes at the picture.
    Yes, thankful for a sense of humor.
    02-10-13 12:23 AM
  21. nappp's Avatar
    crying about a post that never actually offended anyone... "ain't nobody got time for dat"
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    02-10-13 12:24 AM
  22. BergerKing's Avatar
    Also, that poor objectified gingerbread man. Won't someone think of the abuse gingerbread men suffer everyday in the porn industry?

    WON'T SOMEONE THINK OF THE GINGERBREAD MEN?!?!?!

    This thread wins the "there's your sign" award of the day. Cookie porn. It's the end of the world. Zomgeleventywtfbbqlolcatz
    Omygis! Hokyvow!
    02-10-13 12:25 AM
  23. Lendo's Avatar


    I had to get out of bed and walk all the way to my laptop, just so I could post this because I couldn't do it from the app.
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    02-10-13 12:27 AM
  24. BergerKing's Avatar
    crying about a post that never actually offended anyone... "ain't nobody got time for dat"
    nappp and bungaboy like this.
    02-10-13 12:29 AM
  25. Emu the Foo's Avatar
    All I gotta say is, why the Berry gotta be Black?!? Anyone else offended by the name of this company??? Call the NCAA! Get al sharpton on the phone! Email the UNNCF! I'm one 64th iroquois so I count! Like this if you are offended by the name of this company.
    02-10-13 12:30 AM
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