Well, I got a 2nd response from Livejournal and basically, they don’t care…
Dear LiveJournal User thetrenchcoat,
As explained in our previous response to you, it is neither against the Terms of Service nor illegal to discuss illegal actions, or to admit to having committed them. As long as the content posted does not solicit illegal activity, it is considered allowable under both the Terms of Service and the ideal of free speech. LiveJournal is committed to preserving as much free speech as possible for its users, as long as that speech does not cross the line into invading other users’ privacy.
Users are entitled to post about topics that may be abhorrent to much of the general population, so long as they do not cross the line into solicitation or instruction of illegal acts. We respectfully suggest, if the posts in this community disturb you, that you simply cease reading them.
LiveJournal Abuse Team
So Livejournal could personally care less about the safety of children. A guy talking about wanting to have sex with his own daughter is allowable under their terms of service. I wonder how the Livejournal abuse team can sleep at night. Especially considering how many kids use Livejournal. Not to mention the fact that Livejournal has had its share of killers (Rachelle Waterman, Jeff Weise, Esmie Tseng, and child molester and killer Jet Duncan) you’d think they’d try to shy away from bad publicity.
My next step is to contact LJ’s parent company Six Apart directly at firstname.lastname@example.org. Maybe I’ll get a decent response out of them but I’m not holding my breath.