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Fucking LOL

“I can’t post racist, sexist, homophobic and transphobic bullshit to Lemmy without getting banned? CENSORSHIP! WE GOT CENSORSHIP OVER HERE!” -OP probably

Troll

Gazumi
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Same clown commenting about censorship here too. C’mon clown, downvote this the same way you have in the other post

Albin Jose
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Mind your words 😒

Or what? You wanna jump through his screen you goblin?

Kindly go fuck yourself, bridge troll.

Are you trying to censor him?!

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each instance and community has their own policy. you have to either follow it or if you disagree, you’re free to create your own. you can’t do that in Facebook or whatever. so no, just because a random post was removed from a certain instance, it doesn’t mean Lemmy is censored at all.

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Moderation has always been required on the net. It is only a question by whom and for whom. To participate in any social setting either IRL or on the net, you need to conform to the expectations of that community. If you choose to do otherwise then you can expect consequences. What is shocking about this?

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Originally OP was from kerala.party, I think their accounts were banned from kerala.party.

EDIT :

As I thought, there were complaints regarding the OP

https://kerala.party/post/285270

Isn’t one of the chief selling points of the Fediverse that you can’t be censored because there’s always some instance that will welcome you? Another USP is that the rest of us don’t have to read it if we don’t want to.

You get freedom of speech and we get freedom from that speech (assuming it’s objectionable, and I have yet to see one of these posts where some complains about being stopped from posting funny cat memes).

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ᴇᴍᴘᴇʀᴏʀ 帝
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So, for right now, we have to keep our fingers crossed and hope the developers take up the call for a change

Indeed - we need better moderating tools asap. I believe there’s a Lemmy fork working on that.

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The developers of lemmy are more useless than a chocolate teapot

Butterbee (She/Her)
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Oh yes, mod tools for lemmy are hot garbage

@variants@possumpat.io
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You can always host your own instance as well

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Yeah! I will host my own instance with blackjack and hookers!

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Cry more, snowflake. People not wanting to put up with cryptofascist bullshit isn’t censorship, it’s karma bitch.

Didn’t read OP, what does this have to do with crypto?

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Crypto- as a prefix (like in this case) generally means “secret”. Ergo, cryptofascist = “secret fascist”.

I do get where the confusion comes from, though.

Alright, thank you.

they said while not being censored

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