Signing the EULA definitely gave me pause, though. Much of my interface with the world is G+ and LJ, meaning very little. Even at that I fear this is me: Thank you Scott (and as a completely random appellation, Louis CK really upped the SNL crew's game). Hanging up my LJ on principle would not help anyone. Even starting a movement that reduced LJ to rubble would be pointless. But neither can I let it pass. The Internet is such a dual edged sword. On the one hand it is a megaphone for gas attack victims and Pussy Riot, on the other hand it is a record for the police and their state. But imposed silence is worse than even an fractured megaphone. The EULA terms that can only be described as draconian is clearly a direct attack on the personal freedom for the minorities deemed to be immoral in socially third world societies such as Russia.
My promise to LJ is that should I find a venue to resist I will do so. A way to effectively add my voice to the protest over LGBT subjugation I will add it.
Meanwhile I'll continue to use their site as a way to figure out what the hell I'm thinking about. And, maybe, if I'm lucky I'll get banned.