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When most of us first logged into social media we had no idea of the repercussions of what we posted and how it might affect us 10-15 years later. Maybe we should start looking at that past history as a test/demo, because our future information looks like it's going on chain forever, as is our identity. I'd advise everybody to not post as themselves due to the constant changing of language. This is witch hunt times and certain people might come after you for your political views. ___ I would hope that the government rules that pre on chain data cannot be put on chain without permission of the poster. Lots to think about now.
marc tipped:
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1 year ago
bocadorada replied:
Nobody can "delete" 60,000 tweets "manually". How long would it take you to do it? That is done from "inside". Erasing the traces... Another feature of the modern censorship. "Information warfare"? Can@unwriter delete some of our 60,000 'posts'/'tips'?
unwriter replied:
This problem should be solved in a Peer to Peer approach instead of relying on the service provider, and I plan to open up the platform gradually to make it work this way.
bitcoinappdev tipped:
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1 year ago
I'm not afraid of the witch hunt.
bitcoinappdev tipped:
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1 year ago
Indeed having your thoughts stored literally forever has a lot of risk associated with it. I do believe this permanence is causing a sort of chilling effect, where people are discouraged from sharing their real thoughts because it can never be taken back. Or sharing an image because what if it is under copyright? Or, if you make a mistake or type something out by accident. Maybe while drunk. Or in a passionate moment. The consequences of speech can be huge, and what people find offensive today might be very different than what people will destroy your life for in 5, 10 or 20 years. Or even make life difficult for your great grandchildren in 100 years. The implications of permanent and immutable writing needs a lot of thought.
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1 year ago
_kevin_pham replied:
Perhaps we need promote a philosophy based on forgiveness and penance. 😇