To been fair, honest and transparent with information they would have used a third-party well developed commenting software (such as Disqus for example).
Without making commenting censorship (or expiration date on commenting).
I was trying to comment on an article they wrote about me but the comment system does not work (I even sent an email to the site to tell them about the issue but I received no answer), that's why I write the comment here, this is the article:
In this article it looks like that the police come to stop us or to argue. Is not true, actually I notified in advance to the police that we were about to do this protest and they were there to block the traffic and give us the right of manifesting.
Kids have no problems with nudity, adults are the ones that teach them (wrongly) that nudity is a bad thing, kids grow up with this uncomfort for their body cause adults continuously told them that they have to cover them self all the time.
Here my complete answer to the comments:
This site is ok. but cookies are all teh same. they don´t collect only IP:s. They collect operating systems and some information about where you came and where you go, when you finnish browsin this site.