David D. Levine (davidlevine) wrote,
David D. Levine
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Public service announcement

As you may know, LiveJournal has added the ability to flag posts and journals as "adult content." What you may not know is that everyone's account was set by default to "collapse" (like an lj-cut) adult content. To change this setting, go to the bottom of this page: http://www.livejournal.com/manage/settings/

Extra special added surprise: if your birthdate is not set, the options to show adult content are disabled. (Thanks to kalimac for this update.)

Comments are screened. The purpose of this post is to inform people about how the software works (mechanism), not to provide a place to rant about it (policy). (I don't like it either.)
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