MICHAEL SISCO’S PETITION VIOLATES CHANGE . ORG’S COMMUNITY STANDARDS

Today we received the following email from Change.org regarding Michael Sisco’s petition against Orthodoxy in Dialogue and our editor:

Hello,

We’re sorry to hear that you’re having a negative experience with a Change.org user’s petition.

Thank you for writing to us to flag this content. Our team has determined that content in this petition violates our [Community Guidelines](https://www.change.org/policies/community) in relation to privacy, and we have now removed the personal information we identified.

Change.org is an open platform with tens of thousands of petitions started by people with vastly different perspectives on our platform each month. As we can’t monitor all petitions, we rely on our users to report content that may violate our [Terms of Service](https://www.change.org/about/terms-of-service) and [Community Guidelines](https://www.change.org/policies/community).

Thanks again for contacting us, and do let us know if you have any questions.

Thank you,

Change.org
From US Office/Help Desk

Specifically, Change.org removed editor Giacomo Sanfilippo’s name from the petition.

For context, see Lydia Bringerud’s Michael Sisco, White Supremacy, and Loyalty in the Orthodox Church, our Michael Sisco’s Latest Petition to the Assembly of Bishops: Excommunicate Everyone, and Daniel Nicholas’ Petitioning for Compassion: A Response to Michael Sisco.
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