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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.