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Tequila_Wolf wrote

Violence is legal when the state does it don'tyaknow!

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_ziq_ wrote

Or in other words: antifa bad. fa good.

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nestormakhno wrote

And, of course, it won't be enforced when neonazis do it.

Weren't they crowing about a mass neonazi banning earlier? lol their site is still lousy with fascists.

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__deleted_____ wrote (edited )

So I guess we need a twiddle.me

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Ant wrote (edited )

I laughed

Isn't that Mastodon though? I've never really looked at it

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Defasher wrote

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ziq wrote (edited )

However, non-personally identifiable visitor information may be provided to other parties for marketing, advertising, or other uses.

When are people going to stop trying to profit from open communication and the sharing of ideas? It's infuriating.

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zombie_berkman wrote

that's one instance of thousands... what about anticapitalist.party or witches.town or the countless others

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ziq wrote (edited )

It says all instances have to follow those terms plus each instance's individual rules:

By signing up you agree to follow the rules of the instance and our terms of service.

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zombie_berkman wrote

I guess its because they federate. If you weren't federated with them and didn't collect the info it would be impossible for social to get it. So it goes

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lambda wrote

Perhaps GNU Social, previously known as StatusNet (and the old identi.ca which appears to now be based on something called pump.io ) could work here?

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KacperTheAnarchist wrote

Fuck Twitter. The only reason they still exist is Donald's preference to use it for his rants.

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art wrote

I don't think that's quite accurate. There are literally millions of users that don't follow Trump.

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jorgesumle wrote

You should provide the source, with a URL or something.

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Defasher wrote (edited )

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jorgesumle wrote

Good, I wrote one in Spanish after a bit of research and created an image.

https://www.freakspot.net/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/Twitter-legitima-la-violencia-estatal.png

My complaint is that the person who posted the image didn't link to the source, so that people could quickly read the whole policy and not rely on a single image, which blind people can't read (among other things).