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Does coinish ban "undesirable" content?

Submitted by ehsbsh in AskRaddle

So people have been using coinsh to post content that I would probably say raddle would not agree with, but at the same time is nothing that would be illegal or anything really abusive by internet standards.

Are they allowed to keep posting non anarchist/ communist poltical content there or is that stuff banned?

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jadedctrl wrote (edited )

I don't delete any non-anarchist/communist content— especially since I don't look at the content in the first place, jajaja.

I might see file-names when backing up sometimes (but just the last files starting with "z", because terminal auto-complete), but I don't care enough to check anything out.

As for the official rule: Anything is fair-game on coinsh.red, except for, y'know, child porn. If I run across a troll linking to some of that on coinsh.red, I'll definitely delete it.

EDIT: Ohhhh, you said ban! No, I don't ban anyone from coinsh.red. I don't keep logs, so it'd be kind of impossible anyway.

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ehsbsh wrote

btw are ips logged on coinish/ in the console at submission time?

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jadedctrl wrote (edited )

I wrote about this in an edit— no, I don't save IPs or log anything at all, really.
If I get an influx of kiddie porn or something, I might start temporarily storing sha256 checksums of IPs or something like that to protect privacy, but I want to avoid that until it's absolutely necessary. That'll almost certainly never happen though, and if it does I'll be loud about it.

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AgitatedStatesOfAmazement wrote

What does hashing 4 bytes accomplish? It would take like 1/20th of a second to brute force and reverse

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jadedctrl wrote (edited )

Yea, I know that. I wouldn't literally just be using sha256, there would be a lot of salt (chosen at random; even if it makes the ban-system a lot less fool-proof). I haven't really thought about this much, since it's probably not going to happen, anyway.

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ehsbsh wrote

Well this seems like a fair and just policy. Despite the fact I am not a leftist, I will probably use coinsh to host images since it's easier to code and removes metadata unlike alternatives.