Not only did I immediately kick this person off of the community I manage, but I also banned the one member who offered to help. I'm sure someone, somewhere, will accept that money... it just won't be through me.
A judge on the European Court of Human Rights made this statement while ruling that Estonia news outlet Delfi could be held liable for reader comments posted on its website.
This decision is troubling.
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