Major JP blog hosting site shut down a famous anti-nuclear blog for unknown reason

A major Japanese blog hosting site “Ameba” shut down a famous anti-nuclear blog.

Title of the blog was “正しい情報を探すブログ (The blog to find the correct information)”.


The owner of the blog was forced to leave the site around 19:00 of 4/26/2013 (JST). The owner states there was not warning or notice in advance.

This April, some of the posts were deleted by Ameba for several times. The reason is not verified.


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Un grand hébergeur de blogs japonais ferme sans raison un célèbre blog anti-nucléaire

Ameba, grand hébergeur de blogs japonais, ferme sans raison un célèbre blog anti-nucléaire.

Le titre du blog était “正しい情報を探すブログ (Le blog où trouver l’information correcte)”. [Adresse :]
Ce 26 avril 2013 vers 19:00 (JST), le propriétaire du blog a été contraint de quitter cet hébergeur. Il affirme qu’il n’a reçu aucun avertissement ni préavis.
Plusieurs de ses articles ont été effacés par Ameba au cours de ce mois d’avril. La raison n’en est pas donnée.

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April 2013