Editor, Redress Information & Analysis
19 September 2012
Redress Information & Analysis is changing. Some of you will have noticed that we are currently running two websites with the same name: the one you are familiar with www.redress.cc – and a new site at www.redressonline.com. This is because we are moving to www.redressonline.com. The reasons for the move are many but improved security and better user experience are among the main ones.
Over the coming weeks we will be transferring the main articles that have a long shelf life from www.redress.cc to the new site at www.redressonline.com. This is a time consuming task and therefore we expect to be running both sites in parallel for many months.
What the change means for youThe change to the new website means two things, depending on whether you are a reader, or a website administrator or blogger.
If you are just interested in reading our latest articles, then you need only visit www.redressonline.com. However, if you want to search for older material that has not yet been transferred to the new site, then you will find it at our old site at www.redress.cc.
After we have moved over to the new website all the important long-shelf-life material, we will redirect www.redress.cc to our new domain at www.redressonline.com so that we could be reached via both domain names – www.redress.cc and www.redressonline.com.
If, on the other hand, you are a website administrator or blogger and your site or blog carries an RSS feed from our old website, please change the feed address to: http://www.redressonline.com/feed/
What will happen whenFrom today (Wednesday 19 September) we will no longer update www.redress.cc Instead, all new articles will be published on the new website only – www.redressonline.com. So, as stated above, if you are just interested in reading our latest articles, then you need only visit www.redressonline.com. But if you want to search for older material that has not yet been transferred to the new site, then you will find it at our old site at www.redress.cc.
We have already started transferring important articles that have a long-shelf-life from www.redress.cc to www.redressonline.com. When we have finished transferring all of this type of articles, we will redirect www.redress.cc to our new domain at www.redressonline.com so that we could be reached via both domain names – www.redress.cc and www.redressonline.com.
How do the two websites differ?Apart from the different domain name (www.redressonline.com), our new website is clearer and more user friendly, and it will have more pictures and videos than our old site did. It also contains within it the editor’s blog, which in the old site was hosted separately and linked to from a tab at the top of the site.
However, we have retained some features of the old site. The most important of these are presentational clarity and simplicity, absence of clutter and logical navigation.
In addition, as with the old site, the new site does not have reader comments. One reason for this is that a responsible website must moderate all comments in order to avoid libel and incitement, and to prevent the dissemination of falsehoods, especially from organized groups, such as the pro-Zionist lobbies and Israel’s paid internet disinformers. Unfortunately, we do not have the resources to moderate comments, so these will have to stay out, at least for the time being.
Will our email address change?No. You can still contact us on email@example.com or, preferably, via the Contact form on our new website - http://www.redressonline.com/contact/
How you can help usOur new site is funded entirely by the site owners. However, we are continuously coming under organized denial of service attacks and attempts at hacking by those who thrive on deception and lies – this means that we have to devote significant resources to security. So, your continued donations – no matter how small – will be much appreciated.
If you wish to help us in our fight for truth and justice, please make a donation via Paypal . If you would prefer to donate by direct bank transfer, then please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know.