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303d · Capitalism
Rampant spamming and abuse of the commons that we all share is exactly what the #fuckingcapitalists have done throughout all of human history. Their endless greed and insane ego harm us all.
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Right? Why enjoy each other’s company while exchanging thoughts and ideas when we can generate profits?
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For a guy that generates "so much profit" off of this he hasn't deposited any more BCH from his proceeds yet that i can tell... 2.25 USD left to go.
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Kind of just seeing if ill get banned or not.....
Unusual Uther
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Joey, did you see the link I made?? You inspired me :D
bit.ly/ExitScene
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Ya I seen it.
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Regardless, you can't be stopped from posting to the blockchain.
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You can't be banned. I'm not even sure if the site works in a way that completely blocking out your posts and profile could even be possible.
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Ya true.
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I mean, really the trial-by-fire will be when someone starts posting illegal shit. Memo will *have* to find a way to remove it otherwise risk the clearnet domain being shut down.
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Ya true. But not just memo. TX street and all the blockchain explorers too. Its kind of funny the ripple effect ive been seeing.
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Question is, when something really damning and illegal gets posted to the blockchain, how will all these sites react to take down the content?
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I honestly dont think theres anything they can do about it. It would break all of their api's.
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If push comes to shove, law enforcement won't give two shits about how many precious API's you break to remove the content.
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But ya they prob would shut down some sites.
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But at the end of the day it will still be in the blockchain that they cant shut down unless they flood it.
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There has been controversy regarding the idea that anyone running a node could be legally obligated to remove the content or simply be forced to shut down to remove content.
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So basically be given the ultimatum of "remove the transactions and risk being unable to operate without consensus with the network or shut down entirely"
White men are people too
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I have thought exactly the same thing. I suppose they can go after applications like memo first, though people can still read the stuff raw from blockchain or use OSS tools.
White men are people too
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But then sooner or later some big entity (country probably) is gonna go ballistic and outlaw certain blockchains. I.e. if you post lots of Falun Gong stuff, the chinese will ban chain
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I could see it.