This is fucking ironic, especially today. SUP Fabrik buys LiveJournal from Six Apart, so everyone's leaving or at least discussing the possible options. With SUP Fabrik we get a nice portal, some mobile tools, some free stuff like the Vedomosti subscription – and a whole lot of privacy issues like openID cheating and their tech support using our passwords. Besides, they just lie to us about the ads and about the opt-out options and impose some weird stuff like those snapshots or adult content flags. But most of the people don't care: after all, the portal is really nice, the mobile tools are handy, and the privacy issues are clearly paranoia. The intelligentsia bloggers, however, are panicking and saying that they're definitely going to leave. Most of them don't leave because what matters is the community, and you just can't safely move the whole community away from LiveJournal.
The point is – it's the same as the real life in Russia. SUP Fabrik becomes United Russia: we all know it's pretty much like the old Communist Party; they don't care about the rights and freedoms (though they say they do), but generally the people are happy as long as the oil prices are high and life is not too bad. Intelligentsia is panicking ("We should leave this country"), but not that many people actually leave: after all, the community is here.