>>18267 >our position is that the content is harmful due to the context or location in which it is being made publicly available. Interesting opinion, given Endchan administration's demonstrated hostility to CP. While there has been some cat and mouse games from CP raiders and suchlike, it all clearly shows Endchan stance. As said, the context of the thread and board show it was not a CP advocacy discussion. That one post does feel like a drive-by cat and mouse troll though. I think I'll fall back on my earlier reasoning regarding violent content posting on Endchan. I appreciate Odilitime stance and approach to free speech content. However, Endchan has a lot of other users and content that should be protected over and above one meaningless drive-by post. >>18277 On the other hand, if he chooses to leave things be, it's probably best not to publicly commit to a course of action until someone pulls that trigger. Meanwhile, he could just point to the site's rules and history of active CP suppression, invite further user discussion, and wait.