Big Tech Fraud by christnmusicreleases in politics

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Stop using youtube. There are alternatives.

If you upload to them, they might be viable.

Poll: Over 80% of voters favor limiting power of Big Tech in the U.S. by P-38lightning in news

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The only balanced way to do this.

Let companies put whatever they want into their TOS. You can ban someone for violating your TOS but you have to do it uniformly. Applying bans that aren't a direct reflection of your TOS is fine, but that makes you a publisher and you don't have section 230.

Anything in your TOS to the effect of "we can ban whoever we want." Is an admission of arbitrary moderation, aka curation, and therefore would also make you a publisher, and thus no 230.

You can say, "No pornography", and then ban people who post pornography.

That way a site has control over the kind of content on their site and we don't have pornography being posted to kid sites.

But you can't moderate arbitrarily.

The Obsolete man by x0x7 in videos

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Alternate title: When you're found non-essential.

Inspired by some in Texas’ far-right, Wyoming GOP chair floats secession in wake of Capitol siege by christnmusicreleases in politics

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If they can't get their state to secede (they very well might succeed), then they should at least let a county or two try for secession. Micro-states are the best states.

"Saidit will die like Voat" - an incel vouching for jailbait by diogenesjunior in SaidIt

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How high or low does it have to be to be allowed/disallowed? It's certainly not the top. Attacking people instead of ideas. Using non-sequitur labels like incel to suggest they are right and the other person is wrong.

I'm not really concerned about the specifics here. I'm just saying more generally things seem to be very very arbitrary.

Really trying to help rather than be too critical. Reducing arbitrariness of moderation seems like a worthy goal. I know improvement is an additive process and even many worth goals never make it to the completed list. But I hope there is a hope for making the rules less arbitrary.

Even Trump's black supporters are white supremacists, media say by christnmusicreleases in MediaAnalysis

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The article is anti-left, which may make you wonder why it is on Notice the poll on the bottom. That page is a poll plus article, not article plus poll. They are trying to gather data on who themselves are critical of leftist doublespeak.

We are going to show you some examples of improper thinking. Let us know at at any point if you find yourself agreeing with any of what you see.

"Saidit will die like Voat" - an incel vouching for jailbait by diogenesjunior in SaidIt

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That makes sense that if we are going to moderate based on it, it should be written down.

That's honestly how I wish section 230 were interpreted. Applying moderation based on things that are not written down in the TOS is arbitrary moderation. Which if it is your site is your right. But it makes you a publisher.

"Saidit will die like Voat" - an incel vouching for jailbait by diogenesjunior in SaidIt

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The guy is 100% a troll. Saidit is a place to argue things without being censored. He can argue whatever he wants, even if it is intentionally aimed at getting your goat.

I don't think the presidential election was stolen at all by Caamib in nonmorons

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That's different. Most absentee ballots are never opened or counted. They are only counted when the election is close enough that they could matter. They have significantly more security attached to them, and can be used to do ballot harvesting.

Contrast this to the norm of voting. You vote in person, everyone on the same day, in a building that is occupied by election officials and observers for the whole day, and nothing happens in any place besides one room. You take your ballot and feed it into the machine yourself and set it aside. At the end of the day the machine and the physical ballots have to match and so you can't tamper with either one without it being discoverable. This is what makes an election verifiable. You can't cheat that system.

With mass mail-in ballots and allowance for ballot harvesting means someone can just show up to the polling place with bins and bins and bins of ballots, all with the same signature on them and all voting the same way and say, hey, these are valid ballots, and they have to be accepted. This is not a verifiable system. Ballots whose history of custody can't be verified between the voter and the machine can't be verified. That's why having the voter themselves put it in the machine is the best.

Not having fraud is only one property. It is much more important that a voting system is verifiable, which mail-in ballots are not. Especially in the way we did it.

As a programmer the whole thing disgusts me. The lack of understanding of verifiable systems and protocols by the population and the lack of verifiability in every step of their process goes against everything I know about how to do anything. It's just wrong. It's just wrong. And the morons who watch the news and smugly say things were secure because the news told them are the worst kind of useful idiots, as if watching the news makes anyone knowledgeable about anything. These people shouldn't be allowed to have opinions. And the fact that the news tricks them into thinking they know enough that they could have a useful one has created a mob of morons.

I don't think the presidential election was stolen at all by Caamib in nonmorons

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The fox didn't eat those Chickens. My neighbor has been warning me about that fox and the hole in my chicken coup for months. Clearly he's just been priming me to believe the fox did it because he knew he wanted to steal those chickens months in advance.

The fact that he's been warning me for months is proof the fox didn't do it. How could somebody ahead of time know what a fox was going to do? That does not make sense.

We are all in this together by zyxzevn in PoliticalHumor

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Mark Zuckerberg is trampling on censorship?

Do As We Say, Not As We Do | Grunt Speak Live by x0x7 in videos

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Hey, guys, I noticed the uploader deleted his first post of the video and re-uploaded.

Remember the Texas woman caught by Project Veritas admitting to massive voter fraud? She’s now been ARRESTED by Trulytimes in politics

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Contributing to government corruption should result in the death penalty. I say that as a libertarian. I hate the government that much, and I hate government corruption even more.

Biden vote harvester arrested in Texas for election fraud by scrubking in politics

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Death penalty. Government corruption or corrupting the government always results in death penalty. If we lived in a reasonable world. Anything and everything touching the government has to obey the law, because we all have to.

Georgia Exit Poll Shows 75% Of Republican Voters Believe 2020 Presidential Election Was Unfair by MarcoPolo in politics

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Sounds like Georgia should secede.

Syria repels Israel's aerial attack Jan 7 2021 by x0x7 in videos

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The reporter seem bored but it reminds us of something very important.

Sometimes we forget that war is always going. Media doesn’t really cover it so I guess it’s not a war, even though Israel is constantly trying to bomb Syria.

I don’t even know if I would sensationalize this as an escalation. This is happening all the time. Israel bombs its neighbors with pretty much no provocation. Basically at this point its not even news for it to do that. Israel bombing someone is like gunshots fired in Chicago. I feel like even that gets more coverage. MSM will not cover this.

New Video Shows Dominion's Eric Coomer Admitting Their Voting Machine Systems Are Wireless and Support All Networks by Mercury9 in economics

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I still can't get over the fact that our elections are basically run by a guy named Coomer.

[𝟔𝟔𝟔 Sesame St.] The Count Makes His Move… by 16Mega in ironleft

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The hook nosed character counts things all day and demands that women take off their shoes.. for reasons.

BREAKING: Protestors swarm capital building. All politicians evacuated. by Tarrock in politics

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Lol. Fox news can't even put video on their own site without a cable subscription.

Anger is Building by x0x7 in videos

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Yep. We can pull the rug out from under these people and take all power from them.

The problem is that kind of currency transition is going to leave the ones who are slow in kind of a similar situation because the speed at which one makes the transition is going to have a big effect on their worth rather than their actual work.

But, at least it won't be the banks stealing everything. And it won't be 100% of the non-banks who are poor.

Anger is Building by x0x7 in videos

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Well. It's looking like a conspiracy. But that's just a theory. A proven theory.

Deli tells anti-maskers off by FediNetizen in whatever

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Masks don't protect anyone. California has started and ended in a worse position per capita than Florida. Demanding that people wear masks doesn't actually solve any problems. Yes, we agree that a problem exists. We may disagree about the extent. But a problem existing doesn't justify your go to solution that you've latched onto, when it is ineffective.

People need tokens of solutions. And they want the problems of their main focus acknowledged through the tokens of acknowledgement that society has associated with them. Let's face it. The science says that asymptomatic people do not spread the disease. Now that we've had time to analyze the data that's what it says. So if I show up into your shop without a mask on and talk to your employee I've endangered no one. You just want to take your role in the Stanford Experiment.

Recreational use of marijuana now legal in Montana by Nemacolin in news

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Not well. That's part of the reason why I'm not advocating anybody being thrown in jail. Even somehow jail were less bad for them than marijuana it still wouldn't justify jailing anybody. The role of government is not to maximize IQ. Its role is to punish thefts and assaults that have occurred. Nothing else.

Recreational use of marijuana now legal in Montana by Nemacolin in news

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What just happened is legalizing it. Putting marijuana under a legal framework that makes some allowances and some disallowances. What you want is decriminalizing it. Then the law becomes irrelevant to the subject.

Recreational use of marijuana now legal in Montana by Nemacolin in news

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Cool. That shit isn't necessarily good for you and when used by teens with developing brains will permanently reduce IQ. But you should be free to do what you want. Just remember that in a world of complete freedom you shouldn't do all that you are free to do. Governance now belongs to the self and requires a little more maturity than was required in an unfree world.

Invisible enemies are the perfect enemy to divide and conquer. by x0x7 in videos

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Buy Bitcoin. The USD is dead. It would be dead if they weren't trying to engineer it. Because they are that's 10 extra nails in the coffin.

They can only transition from USD to what is new if the USD retains some power and thus the Fed retains some authority. If everyone moves to Bitcoin then they are just out of a job and no one should give any bit what they want to do.

They will be able to bring in the new currency because you will still be dependent on a dead currency, and will accept anything. Stop being dependent on USD. Stop encouraging dependence on USD. Own almost 100% BTC (I have and have made 5-6x). Spend it where you can to normalize it as a currency. Accept it everywhere. Encourage your employer to consider accepting it.

Render unto Caesar that which is Caesar's. As long as you use someone else's currency you will have to do what the real owner of that currency wants from you. With the new system they will demand more. They are softening you up to accept any demands that will come with it. Want to stop rendering unto Caesar? Stop using his coin.

The people who say they want to abolish the suburbs probably want you to be homeless. It's all starting to make sense. by x0x7 in videos

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There's no reason to use less land. We already use a relative fraction of it.

The people who say they want to abolish the suburbs probably want you to be homeless. It's all starting to make sense. by x0x7 in videos

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The elites like these people because they parrot their thoughts. The ones that the elites can't speak in public. So in a way they speak for the elites. They don't just want you out of your home. They want your whole community driven. Why? I don't know. But they feel passionate about it enough to shout that they want your community upended/abolished. They feel passionate enough about it to implement policies that could cause it. Frankly it seems like they are passionate enough about it to implement policies that could abolish anyone having a domicile in any setting.

I guess what the elites really hate about the suburbs is that it's the largest number of people owning a residence. And the elites don't want you owning anything.

Vaccine Creator Warns Covid 19 Will Be Here Until 2030. "We need a new definition of normal. The virus will stay with us for the next 10 years," he told mediapersons. by christnmusicreleases in conspiracy

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Then we need a sustainable response to it. Lockdowns aren't it. Letting people die from it is. It's called disease. That's how it works.

Woke=Nazi confirmed by jet199 in MeanwhileOnReddit

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Adolf is going to commit 60 holocausts.

Accurate by [deleted] in conspiracy

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Always have been. Humans are pretty good at getting a read on their society. When that's something the powerful dislike, it's called a conspiracy theory.

Zoella Tries It: Scamming Her Fans And Lying About Price Control by x0x7 in videos

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This is a bit old, but it's a good reminder to never give money to an ethot.

Boston Dynamics robots dancing by magnora7 in videos

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Yes. Kill all robots that aren't doing manufacturing, which is their only legitimate useful function.

Boston Dynamics robots dancing by magnora7 in videos

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At least our new robot overlords will have groove.

I'm not putting the mask on, I'm done! by x0x7 in videos

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We do need to keep an eye on any gofundmes. The left will try anything in their abilities to punish anyone who doesn't conform with their demands.

I'm not putting the mask on, I'm done! by x0x7 in videos

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They lower IQ and slow reaction time. That's a plus for elites that want a slave class who can't fight.

I'm not putting the mask on, I'm done! by x0x7 in videos

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People can't seem to understand that asymptomatic spread is not a thing. That is the science.

They need an excuse to continue their current practices. It's scary for them to take off the mask.

Answer me these 3 simple questions: by JasonCarswell in AskSaidIt

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Your neighbor has very good lighting equipment.

Here's a message from your Grand Dragon. by Orangutan in politics

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Where he talks about the limits of executive authority, Kamala is thinking 'yep, I'm going to kill this guy.'

Rand Paul: Masks 'Are All About Submission' by Drewski in Coronavirus

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Masks are about lowering the IQ and delaying reaction times.

Twitch Bans Use of Words 'Simp,' 'Incel,' and 'Virgin' by FleaTheKEY in Gaming

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Fear of covid is a bourgeois privilege. "Stay home; save lives" means "I'm privileged so I can work from home and still make money. I hereby transfer burden of herd immunity to the workers & peasants who deliver my food and keep society functioning while I luxuriate in my personal digital utopia." by Jesus in politics

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Wear a mask at work! I mean, I don't plan to, but you the servant class should.

Plus these people have no idea what it means to work a physical job in a mask. I've been an anti-unionist my whole life, but I'm thinking about it just over this mask issue. The whole fucking country needs to go on strike until we are allowed to breath at work.

Rand Paul Bringing The Heat by christnmusicreleases in politics

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These people are Chinese agents. The plan is to dismantle the US completely for the sake of China. They are trying to cash out what remaining value it has. It only makes sense to move the money to countries that will exist a year from now.

Gravel Institute - The reason they're only giving $600 is simple... by EndlessSunflowers in LateStageCapitalism

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Then why not $0?