It was a social network that was meant to connect artists and their fans, the makers and creators of their work.
It was meant for all artists and fans to connect, connect, and share, but it also served to protect those who were on the receiving end of the artist’s work.
Today, it’s gone, and it’s time to say goodbye.
Etano is no longer open.
And, like many other social networks, it was also accused of being a scam.
The reason it’s closed down is because it failed to comply with the law.
It is now shut down.
The site was closed down for three weeks.
In the process, it has gone from being an easy place to connect and share your art with others to being a place to be scammed.
It has become a place for artists to post their work, but instead of connecting with their fans on social media, they are using their social networks to promote themselves and their work for the benefit of a few, a few small, and maybe even a few very large corporations.
This has been going on for years.
And for the most part, it seems to be working.
Etanao is still available on YouTube and it still has hundreds of thousands of subscribers.
But, now, it is no more.
The creators of Etano have not said what they intend to do with the site.
There is no news of any other social network being shut down by the government.
The artists, the creators of the site, and the artists themselves have been left in the dark.
They have not been told why Etano has been shut down or what will happen to the site if they can’t comply with their terms of service.
Etans Facebook page is still open, but there is no comment from Etano about how they plan to respond to the closure.
The closure of Etanaos social network comes after months of criticism.
In April, the Federal Court of Canada ruled in a decision that it was a scam, and ordered that Etano be shut down immediately.
That evidence includes the number of infringements on Etano, the fact that the site was used for the sole purpose of selling goods or services, and that it is being used to promote a large, multi-national corporation and not a small business.
And so the government ordered Etano to close, and shut it down immediately, citing breaches of the Copyright Act.
It also found that Etanaol was being used for an unauthorized purpose, and also ordered that it be closed.
The government’s actions have left the creators, the artists, and artists themselves in limbo.
Now, they will have to decide what to do next.
The Etano artists have been in the middle of this whole situation for so long.
In 2016, the site received a lot of criticism from users, both positive and negative, for its lack of transparency and its inability to adhere to the law on social networks.
They were also disappointed that the government did not do more to protect the artists.
Etanyos creators and artists are asking the government to take a stronger stance on social networking sites that are in violation of the law and that use the artists’ likeness and other assets for profit.
It appears that the Harper government will continue to do everything it can to protect artists.