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Distributed publishing in the age of corporate censorship - Andrew Auernheimer — LiveJournal
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Distributed publishing in the age of corporate censorship
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From: (Anonymous) Date: June 7th, 2015 05:27 pm (UTC) (link)
Great article.
The idea of resurrecting the Usenet to use it as a foundation for decentralized social media services sounds really intriguing, but how do you think we can get rid of the problems that made a significant contribution to Usenet 1.0s downfall, like spam and sporging?
weev From: weev Date: June 7th, 2015 08:09 pm (UTC) (link)
Naturally, by changing the view as I described above. There's plenty of spam and sporging on Twitter. I never see it. Why? Because I, like everyone else on Twitter, am not following topics. I'm following *people*. I have never had spam on my timeline because I do not follow the kinds of people that would post spam in the first place.
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