I had a short exchange of messages with Mark from the ToS Reports department of WordPress.com.
First of all I would like to thank Mark, not for restoring my account, but, for the clarity of his replies, which is not often the case with people I had to communicate for other issues on various blogging platforms.
Anyway, I haven’t decided yet if I will continue with WordPress.com, confirm my migration back to Blogger, or have a WordPress blog hosted by some other provider than WordPress.com. I’ll need legal advice for the matter 😉
The comment with Fleury’s IP and professional e-mail is hold for editing and it will certainly not contain the same info when it will come back. The info is available for who needs it via channels that don’t involve WordPress.com, but I think it’s not necessary anymore as Fleury’s movement tends to indicate that he really is the author of the weird comments posted at PZ’s and certainly the message PZ published.
I don’t understand why providing the IP and (already public) e-mail of someone could be threatening for his privacy. Wikipedia, including the French section, should be covered by complaints (maybe they are and they don’t give a shit about them).
Anyway, this is not the subject of this blog, just an accident, so I’ll resume with the critic of Fleury’s paper ASAP.