Digg users are increasingly turning into a vigilante mob that will jump to the site's defense at it sees fit.
A recent example is found in a Digg submission that blasts Yahoo for "shamelessly" ripping of Digg and bragging about it. The rant referred Yahoo's suggestion board, that allows users to submit suggestions for site enhancements and lets other users vote on it. Yahoo readily admits that the service offers "Digg-style voting".
The most famous outbreak of Digg user fury targeted AOL when the company redesigned its Netscape.com portal as a Digg.com copycat for general news (Digg at the time offered mostly technology links).
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