So a few weeks ago I had a new user message me asking if I could help them get their new “social network for ABDLs” up and running which is a little odd considering all the “selling points” of this new platform were things had been doing since day one. If they were doing something new or different I would have tried to offer some help in one way or another. I just said good luck and left it as that.

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Don't think I have been called "the Radical Far-Left Elite" before 😆

Also 2 years, they signed-up mid June 🙄

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@james far left or far right can we keep this mainstream political bullshit away from lovely places like this? I get politics shoved down my throat everywhere I look these days it’s impossible to escape it. There is extremism on both sides and it’s mentally exhausting.

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@Fluffy_ears I would tent to agree, but there is also a responsibility to protect our users and warn them of people like this within the community, people are often too trusting until it's too late


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Yeah I agree with you.
It's not just for user, it's be a futur legal obligation with Digital Services Act (for EU user) but these obligation are not clear and can change with a possible "right of social network" created by French Constitutional Court (in French) :

+, If user is US, he is protected by the 1th amandement.

Bref, online moderation can never be perfect, we need to make choose.
You make the best choses in this case


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@james @Fluffy_ears
To be a actor of online liberties without any technical or political habilities, you can (for EU user) :

- Surveys you local implementation of copyright directive (for german, follow Julia Reda on twitter)
- contact yours MEP (Member of european parlement) on Twitter, phone etc
- make a little donation for ONG specialised on online liberties (EFF in USA, la quadrature du net in France etc)
- respect teams like abdl link team

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