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retiredshared2 wrote (edited )

This kind of enforcement has never been in place before, it's funny that now ziq is the victim it is.

There has to be a vote to remove the comments and action taken in /f/TrollDissection whether this behavior is acceptable or not because that's the process that raddle has always used unless there is blatant tos violations.

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GrimWillow wrote

Nah, I'm just new at admining, and maybe it's a mis-step on my part. This was literally the first comments I've deleted, and it had nothing to do with the fact that it was aimed at u/ziq (though he does seem to have a little group targeting him). Seemed like an obvious thing to me to remove shitposts made by shared accounts, especially since they can controlled/deleted by anyone. A troll could just come in and edit/delete any of the posts. I guess I always thought of the shared accounts as being a thing until they get taken over by trolls, which I'm expecting at one point.

Next time, I'll just point it out in u/TrollDissection instead of this kind of action if users are feeling like it's controversial.

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selver wrote

It's not controversial, don't take shit from this random shared account. Feel free to delete trolls.

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ziq wrote

If they think removing spam is controversial they can use their regular account to say it. Throwaways don't have voting rights.

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retiredshared2 wrote

That's reasonable

A troll could just come in and edit/delete any of the posts. I guess I always thought of the shared accounts as being a thing until they get taken over by trolls, which I'm expecting at one point.

agreed, this should probably be discussed in detail somewhere

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ziq wrote

fuck voting to remove spam, that's never how raddle worked.

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ergdj5 wrote

spam doesn't include user genuine user comments

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ziq wrote

Define 'genuine user comments'? All I saw were the anon accounts calling me a liberal and upvoting each other.

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ziq wrote

Which would be fine if I had actually said something liberal, but I fucking hate 'national service' and was just trying to start a convo.

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ergdj5 wrote

suggesting national service has "benefits" is pretty liberal

I think it was also a little nod at how you call raddlers liberals for slipping up