The original html documents, that referenced Yak’s complaint with the over-zealous moderators at mmovoices, have been removed
as the result of a copyright infringement claim made by mmovoices with our hosting provider. Normally people pursue these sorts of claims when their hard work is being stolen and used to either profit, or rob profit from the original author. We have neither profited, nor care to profit from mmovoices, as their style is very far removed from our own, let alone stole their work. In my opinion, Yak’s posting was one part lazy (really lack of concern that mmovoices would actually attempt to derail our site from the web), and one part context to provide the listeners his complete perspective.
If mmovoices felt that Yak was luring readers from viewing the original blog post at their site to view it on ours, they could have contacted me, and requested the removal of these documents. However, they did not; this comes as no surprise from an organization that blatantly stifles the voices of their critics and corrals their regulars (click here and read rule “2.)”). While I appreciate mmovoices stance on regulating dialogue at their subdomain, I find their subversive back-channel dealings to control conversation elsewhere disgusting and an affront to public free speech.