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If you would like to request that Noisebridge remove information from our servers, we'd ask you to please present legal documents that formally and legally force us to do so. We're strong believers in freedom of expression and we generally believe that censorship is a slippery slope that we'd rather not engage in.
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Noisebridge will, of course, comply with orders entered by a court of competent jurisdiction upon exhaustion of any applicable appeals.  If you would like to request that Noisebridge remove information from our servers, we'd ask you to please provide us with such an order. We're strong believers in freedom of expression and we generally believe that censorship is a slippery slope that we'd rather not engage in.
  
If you'd like us to send information down the memory hole, we'd ask that you not send that information to our systems. We're unlikely to erase history to suit your needs without a meaningful legal demand.
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If you'd like us to send information down the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Memory_hole memory hole], we'd ask that you not send that information to our systems. We're unlikely to erase history to suit your needs without a meaningful legal demand.
  
 
Additionally, our official legal contact (legal-demands @ noisebridge.net) automatically forwards all demands to the [http://www.chillingeffects.org/ Chilling Effects Clearinghouse] for publication.
 
Additionally, our official legal contact (legal-demands @ noisebridge.net) automatically forwards all demands to the [http://www.chillingeffects.org/ Chilling Effects Clearinghouse] for publication.

Latest revision as of 05:42, 15 November 2010

Noisebridge will, of course, comply with orders entered by a court of competent jurisdiction upon exhaustion of any applicable appeals. If you would like to request that Noisebridge remove information from our servers, we'd ask you to please provide us with such an order. We're strong believers in freedom of expression and we generally believe that censorship is a slippery slope that we'd rather not engage in.

If you'd like us to send information down the memory hole, we'd ask that you not send that information to our systems. We're unlikely to erase history to suit your needs without a meaningful legal demand.

Additionally, our official legal contact (legal-demands @ noisebridge.net) automatically forwards all demands to the Chilling Effects Clearinghouse for publication.

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