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Yoga Teacher Forum Security in 2007
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At first when I read this thread, it reminded me of Homeland security, the TSA, and made me feel sad. It takes a lot of work to stop the hackers from tearing up any forum. I just visited one forum that has been "pirated." The people who run it don't take notice of all the junk that is being posted. Yesterday, I visited a different Yoga teacher forum, but it is full of ads. Nobody has posted anything new, but it is more like a directory to jump into everyone's Yoga catalog.

Most of the posts have nothing to do with the subject. So, I agree "Yoga Teacher Forum Security" has really paid off. Many thanks to the moderators and administrators of these Yoga teacher forums. The participation is lively, even if we do not agree about everything and the posts are not just about where to buy Yoga props, etc.

Happy 2008!

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