HELLO? MODS? WHAT HAPPENED TO DELETING ILLEGAL CONTENT? oh who am i kidding only kiddy diddlers use this site. this site has a good premise but shit execution. guess i'll go back to ban-evading on 4chan...
>>7529 What illegal content?
>>7530 Go on the front page and take a look at the three images before mine. There are boards literally called /preteen/ and /candy/. You can't actually "report" shit unless you've been on this site and actively posting for a month. I understand the need for these measures but I was advertised that this site would be captchaless. This site advocates for free speech but it is also lawless. TBH I don't know what I was expecting. Recommend me a good chan that's semi-active and has non-cringe activity.
>>7531 Those images aren't illegal, and by not deleting them the premise of the website is being followed. We are not lawless and whenever there is content that is illegal in the Netherlands and not pruned, we receive word from law enforcement requesting deletion.
>>7531 >This site advocates for free speech but it is also lawless Just to reiterate, a lawless site would get taken down very quickly. We have been up for 6 years now.
The approved reported images are all CP https://enrive.org/Preteen/thread/71
>>7534 Even kids just standing around in their swimtrunks by a pool? So as soon as kids take off their burqa they become a walking orgy? I'm sorry if these pictures make you feel all tingly inside, but what's pornographic or not, is really up to legal definitions to define.
>>7534 That is not CP in the US nor Netherlands however, the legislations that Enrive follows.
>>7532 >>7533 >>7535 >>7536 >candy: a well known euphemism for sexual images of kid. a board name is candy >loli: a well known euphemism for a young girl who's childlike, typically used in a sexual manner. there's 2 threads on the preteen board called loli >a preteen board doesn't sound too bad until you realize that it's just grown men sharing pics of half-naked girls >many pictures on the candy board are seductive in nature. an image of a half-naked preteen is still CP if it is sexually suggestive in nature, which most of those images are. this is according to the US gov, which this board follows the laws of. don't coddle it. if you're defending this, then you guys are pedos. it's better to just own up to it and admit it than act like it's not illegal, which it is.
>>7537 > is still CP if it is sexually suggestive in nature Those pictures are not sexually suggestive in nature though, because they are not suggesting anything sexual. Twerking is sexually suggestive, I am not sure how that stuff is legal. Guess if the music elite approves it then it becomes legal.
>>7537 You sure seem assblasted about this. Why don't you share some of your granny porn with us instead? Maybe that'll convert us.
>>7537 >you guys are pedos.
>>7539 do you want me to?
>>7541 Make your own /granny/ board if you want, where you post nothing but "sexy" 18+ women with their pussies all covered in hair and their worn labias hanging out all warty with HPV. Yummy.
Is the FBI running this site now? Since when is underage nudity allowed, except from nudist sites?
Dost test nigga.. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dost_test
Rule #4 Post your pix of little kids all day long no one cares. Just make sure they have clothes on, and you cant see nipple/cunny/asshole... How hard is that to follow? I swear, some pedos are EXTREMELY Autistic..
>>7543 Nudism has been part of the long history of this site. This site features all kinds of people. Some users are looking at these images licking their lips thinking about eating them. That's a culinary interest - not a pornographical one. Child flesh is more tender and supple.
>>7546 The pictures at question here are topless underage girls. Not nudes.
>>7534 So what happened to this thread? First you dismiss all the reports, now the whole thread is gone.
>>7554 Most likely, someone from this thread made a report directly to our host. I received an email from them that stated "alleged illegal content" in that thread. When there is illegal content, I always get an email linking to a direct image to delete, never a whole thread. So this is why I think right now someone decided to report that thread in question, as these things tend to trickle down. Someone makes a report to the Host, they don't detect anything illegal, but because there was a report they rather be safe than sorry and take action, telling me that allegedly there may be something illegal in that thread. Then I do the same, to be safe rather than sorry I take action as well, and remove the whole thread since they weren't able to ask me to delete anything specifically.
>>7555 Is this the standard now? Topless underage girls are not allowed? While stuff from nudist sites is still Okay?
>>7555 Trips checked
>>7555 I'm too retarded to understand this post, Gadmin. You received an email from your host, about "alleged" illegal content in a whole thread. ...and so you got scared and deleted the whole thread. Did the host TELL you to remove the thread? Was it a term for them continuing to host you? ...or did they just tell you that a report had been sent to the host, from a complete stranger? ...because since they didn't seem to be able to determine if the thread was actually illegal, that seems to mean that random people can control content here by reporting threads directly to the host, and then they'll just go "We got another report." and then you'll just delete anything reported, "just to be safe". Is there a line somewhere? ...because since this tactic worked out so well, expect more reports about more threads.
...and if there's a line, that you feel safe with, then don't post it to me here, but update the rules accordingly, for the sake of consistency, like "Content found to be questionable by our host is not allowed." at the very least.
>>7556 Nudism is not illegal by itself and therefore has never been moderated here. But if there is any picture of a minor that has a sexual connotation to it, doesn't matter if clothed or not, it is illegal and will be deleted. >>7558 >Did the host TELL you to remove the thread? No, but they said "there might be illegal content in this thread". At this point I have to take action or we face removal, or being taken offline and me having to pay fines to get us back up if I don't do something or reply to them explaining the situation. > that seems to mean that random people can control content here by reporting threads directly to the host, and then they'll just go "We got another report. Pretty much. Though if people start doing that constantly, the host would eventually discredit the reports and ignore them (and so would I). The reason both I and the host took action was because this stuff never happens, and me and (I'm assuming) the host decided to err on the side of caution this time.
>>7560 Then it seems like neither your host nor you, has a legal counsellor to determine whether or not something is illegal or not. I guess they'd be expensive to have for such a small site.
I have an idea, how about you autistic child molesters stop frothing at the mouth and quit shitting where you eat. Quit pushing the boundaries of what you think may be legal, or may not be. Nudism aside, if a underage girl is topless don't post that shit here. Post it somewhere else and drop a link if you must be that autistic in the first place. >tl;dr: stop trying to ruin this place for everyone