> punishing users of a client for the dev not bending over for you censorship-happy fucks
god you're pathetic
@lis Still don't understand why the fuck an application should block something.
It's just a tool, let the user do whatever they want
Its a devs choice to block or not block something. Just as much as its a users choice to use that software or something else.
The shame here is by accusing the devs who give choice to their users of promoting hate speech, they've become like their enemy. They've created hate speech pointed at devs who offer choice. They've shamed themselves by becoming like their enemy.
@lis i also feel like this is going too far
i really don't think software projects should be policing their users
of course i VERY LOUDLY disagree with hate speech, but this isn't the way to solve it
@email@example.com what would stop people from setting the user agent to "Fuck the Police" and just continue on? how far is this gonna go smh
@lis i thought admins and users are free to act how they want.
or is it about pedaling hate speech?
@alexa which was not the reason they did it in the first place
@alexa to combat the exact same thing stemming from a different person
@alexa neutrally taxing everyone doesn't solve inequality. neither does explicitly crossing picket lines.
@alexa you are a fucking troll
@terryenglish let me leave the security vulnerability in my app. what do you mean, patching security vulnerabilities is censorship and proprietary software, let the user have the freedom of being hacked by a script kiddie!
@kat And vulnerability would that be?
@terryenglish patching vulnerabilities is restricting users from being hacked. isn't that proprietary software?
@kat Good Christ what a lazy red herring there. I think I'll just call you a disingenuous twat now. Good night everyone! 💋
@terryenglish fucking stallman said you are wrong, not me
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