"Our decision here was not based on pure legal issues," countered Six Apart's Berkowitz. "It was based on what community we want to build and what we think is appropriate within that community and what's not. We have an awful broad range of discussions and topics and other things going on in LiveJournal, and we encourage other broad-ranging conversations on all sorts of topics. This was a specific case where we felt there was not a reason (for these journals to stay online)."
Berkowitz said the company would "obviously apologize" to anyone whose journal was deleted in error but added: "That's going to be a very small minority of the sites. I would be shocked if it's more than a dozen." from here
Six apart and Livejournal, you are getting not another damn cent of my money until every one of those deleted journals is reinstated. God help me, I don't really know where I'll go, but if this stays the same I highly doubt I can stay on livejournal much longer. There is a very short list of people in the world that I can honestly say I hate, but those who feel that is is morally acceptable, or even fucking beneficial to censor fictional works in the name of protection can definitely count themselves on it.
Fuck you, livejournal. I'm taking my business elsewhere.