A new blog site titled Second Life Gazette (http://secondlifegazette.blogspot.com) has been exposing and revealing SL avatar's/people's supposed personal private stories along with real life private lives and real life pictures exposing nudity and sexual content. Due to certain "freedom of speech" speech claus it has been difficult to have the blog from being taken down. BUT a huge majority of people believe that this the site is hate speech, defamation and violates peoples right to privacy. Some people think that this blog site attacks only those who have done harm in game. Regardless, ALL people still deserve their right to privacy. This site must be taken down so that we may continue to protect ALL of our real life and second life experience. By signing this petition you are protecting yourself too.
We, the undersigned, are asking blogspot.com, Google and Google Corp to ban the Second Life Gazette (http://secondlifegazette.com) which has been exposing and revealing SL Avatar's/people's supposed personal private stories along with real life private lives and real life pictures exposing nudity and sexual consent. This website does not represent "freedom of speech", but instead exploits, demonizes and humiliates real life people who enjoy the second life privacy of gaming. It also takes away from true penmanship and true freedom of speech that real bloggers, writers and journalists inhibit. This Second Life Gazette is hate speech, defames and violates people's right to privacy. All people deserve their right to privacy. This site must be taken down so that those who play Second Life feel safe and so that real life people's lives are kept private. We demand everyone to join us and fall in witth us to ask Google and Blogspot.com to end this site. We implore Second Life to also ban the people from the game who are creating these blogs and who are violating people's real lives. Sincerely,
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