• Petitioned Anandtech Forum

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End the uncontrolled tyranny of the Forum administration

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A long period of disregard for forum members, culminating in, amongst other things, actions taken upon members due to activity outside of the forum community, baiting members into breaching unwritten rules, banning long standing members when expressing concern at the actions of the staff, preventing open discussion of moderation, deleting posts or entire threads if such concerns are presented.

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    • Cumdumpster McGee GANGUS KONG, CA
      • over 2 years ago

      Because my balls itch

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    • John Whitaker CASPER, WY
      • over 2 years ago

      I have been a member since 1999 on the Anandtech Forums, and developments since David Perkins has taken over as Forum Director have made me frequent the Board less and less. He is running Anandtech into the ground with his personal biases and vendettas. Mr. Lal Shimpi please take notice!

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    • John Whitaker CASPER, WY
      • over 2 years ago

      I have been a member of the Anandtech Forum since 1999 and I am dismayed at the direction the Forum Director, Mr. David Perkins, has taken the Board. I frequent the Board less and less as I see his personal biases, vendettas, and poor decisions dominating the board. I do wish Mr. Lal Shimpi would take notice, and take action to clean up what I see as the means for the demise of his Board.

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    • Jeff Storm LOS ANGELES, CA
      • over 2 years ago

      Way to much overbearing control of the forums. Permabanned for mentioning another website. Disgraceful for a tech website that should have free flow of information.

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    • Michael Parks EVERETT, MA
      • over 2 years ago

      Due to Perknose and some of his fellow Admins totally disregarding Anand's edict for mor open moderation

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