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Issue #3

It is an article about a series that is on the channel that owns this website. This element persists across several pages. So, it is
- Social media links with no relation to the content (such as a newspaper promoting its Twitter page at the end of every article) should be removed as long as it is possible to reliably and safely do this
And thus this element should indeed be removed
Elian Doran
With all due respect, this should not be considered a valid issue.

That particular link represents the link to the Instagram account for a particular television series. It might indeed be repeated across multiple pages but it isn't top priority.

Since it is literally a part of the article, having it removed would either consist of blacklisting that particular Instagram link (which would be almost redundant since there might be dozens of different links and more will appear over time) or removing all Instagram links (which is a bit of an overreaction and what about Twitter or Pinterest). Neither solutions sound great to me.

In addition, in regards to the admin quote presented, "should" is not equal to "must". While it might be desirable, it's a suggestion, not a rule.
Declined by admin
Type of issue
Rudimentary content not removed
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Feb 10 at 11:17 PM