RE: 1776 Shots Fired (or) Why I Proxied to LZ's Witlist & You Can Too! ✨

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However, this does 'flag the underlying problem of policing in general... The more opposition that people get from policy enforcers, the more they will amp up their response and if anti-spam downvoters don't act with integrity, then we might see a cascade of events where spam dramatically increases in order to serve as 'chaff' that is designed to overpower the downvoters so that they are less effective.



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don't they always say they want to be more like twitter ?

can you imagine downvotes on twitter ?

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i haven't heard any of them say that, but maybe. twitter is definitely not a model to aim for!

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they want the userbase and media recognition that twitter enjoys

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i think they need to understand that twitter and the old media are both tools of oppression, designed for human farming. they are both operated, ultimately, by the same groups. shifting people to hive is also liberating them and that means much more than just writing code - it's an evolutionary process.

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part of the "problem" seems to be people with a lot of stake wanting to "boost the token price" instead of simply trying to make an awesome place where people can share all kinds of ideas with each other and find other like-minded individuals

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what exactly is the "problem" with "spam" ?

we already have decentralized blacklists and mute-lists

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spam uses network resources that cost money - plus also requires effort from users to block out if it is all decentralised.

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implement a nominal fee for posting

like they did on blurt

most people never see "spam" because they only look at their own blog (and replies to their own comments)

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