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|−|Plaintiff inquired with [redacted], and learned that on December 28th, |+|
()on [redacted] the be . , .
|−| 2012, Defendant had apparently altered an important file |+|
|−| ( called "robot.txt") on [redacted] servers making the site unable to be crawled by search engines. |+|
|−| By blocking search engine crawling, [redacted] listings either disappeared from search engine results or were compromised.  |+|
|−|Plaintiff immediately had [redacted] modify the robot.txt file so that |+|
the [redacted] , , [redacted] to .
|−| search engines could once again access [redacted] . However as of March 26, 2013, |+|
search engine results still have not recovered to its former state. |+|
|−| Its rankings are also down having a PageRank of 2 when it had been 3 |+|
|−|(the higher the PageRank, the more traffic is received). |+|
|−|B) Slow typing and missing characters in chat rooms |+|
in , [redacted] been to .
|−|Since December 19, 2012 viewers of [redacted] have been unable to type messages inside chat rooms properly. |+|
, the slower than .
When users try to type messages in chat rooms, the typing reaction time is slower than normal. |+|
It lags behind the user's typing speed whereas normally typing response time is instant. |+|
|−| Additionally, characters that users have typed on their keyboard often go missing from what is displayed in the chatroom. |+|
|−| A user may type "that's great" pushing all the right keys on their keyboard, |+|
|−| but the message produced in the chat room screen may be "hats gret". As of March 26, 2013, the problem remains unresolved. |+|
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f the current traffic level were to stabilize (although it is actually eroding further each month), the value of lost traffic on [redacted] for the year 2013 would be approximately $1,580,172. Conversely, continuing current traffic campaigns to help stave off seemingly immediate site death will cost approximately $300,000 per year minimum.
B) The above calculations take into account the erosion of [redacted] traffic due to constant service interruptions, site feature and design stagnation, and a wide variety of newer better options for viewers (competitor sites). Missing from those calculations is traffic that [redacted] never obtained due to performance issues.
It's been noted many times that in addition to chronic crashes, [redacted] has been slow to load for most of its history.
In fact, [redacted] and broadcasts on [redacted], and important features on [redacted] (such as the tipping feature) remain slower than on any competitor site to this day. According to site optimization firm Strangeloopnetworks:
57% of users will abandon a site after waiting 3 seconds for it to load
80% of those will never return
50% of them will tell others about their negative experience
40% of them will visit a competitor