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August 20, 2018, 08:39:29 PM
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Only if you promise to reply with huge walls of text from conspiracy sites of home-schooled "lawyers"

Appeal to authority is not an argument. It’s a trolling tactic that attempts to obfuscate that you really don’t want to respond to the logic presented.

You got your moronic ass whipped and ran away from the arguments.






huge walls of text from conspiracy sites

So Techdirt.com is a conspiracy site when they are citing Stanford's Center for Internet and Society?

Dimwit, here is one example of the specific way that GDPR forces tech companies to ban hate speech because the law can put them into a liability quandry:[/size]

And that's not all that's dangerous about the current rules. They also deal a huge blow to anonymous speech and privacy:

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A second glaring problem with the GDPR process is its requirement that companies disclose the identity of the person who posted the content, without any specified legal process or protection. This is completely out of line with existing intermediary liability laws. Some have provisions for disclosing user identity, but not without a prescribed legal process, and not as a tool available to anyone who merely alleges that an online speaker has violated the law. It’s also out of line with the general pro-privacy goals of the GDPR, and its specific articles governing disclosure of anyone’s personal information -- including that of people who put content on the Internet.

Yes, that's right. In an effort to protect privacy, the drafters are so focused on a single scenario, that they don't consider how the process will be abused to weaken the privacy rights of others. Want to know who said something anonymously that you don't like? File a privacy complaint and the service provider is just supposed to cough up their name. Again, given how often we've seen bogus defamation claims made solely for the purpose of trying to identify those who speak anonymously, this is a major concern.

Are you not capable of comprehending how the above requirement of the GDPR law could cause a large company to decide it’s easier to just ban hate speech from their websites rather risk some loose canons dragging them into complex domino effect liability outcomes of the requirements of the law.

The large companies’ legal departments see the writing on the wall and have decided to favor caution over free speech.
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August 20, 2018, 08:52:19 PM
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Only if you promise to reply with huge walls of text from conspiracy sites of home-schooled "lawyers"

Appeal to authority is not an argument. It’s a trolling tactic that attempts to obfuscate that you really don’t want to respond to the logic presented.

You got your moronic ass whipped and ran away from the arguments.

You're the one making the claim that certain websites banned Alex Jones due to GDPR but failed to show any proof of that so there is nothing else to respond to. And I should probably stop helping you to evade your ban by using this thread as your soapbox. Let me know the address of your decentralized website and let's continue there.

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August 21, 2018, 01:37:53 AM
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Let me know the address of your decentralized website and let's continue there.

Apparently you’re incapable of simultaneously executing your moronic Millennial grandstanding and strawmen, while also opening your fucking eyes. The link was provided on the prior page of this thread.

but failed to show any proof

You are incapable of discerning lipstick and a pig, so how would you know? You also stated that you didn’t read my posts.

Is this what you do for a “career”? Do you feel accomplishment today?

Suggestion: go hump a cow, smoke some weed, or take Xanax so you can feel better about your low self-esteem.


And I should probably stop helping you to evade your ban by using this thread as your soapbox.

Are you so deluded as to think:

  • You’re helping me do something that I have proven I am perfectly capable of doing without you anytime I want to.
  • That posting in Meta in the thread about my perma-ban is evading a ban, when it is specifically allowed and thus not evading the ban.

Habitually lying to yourself to give yourself dopamine hits of false accomplishment is a pathology of crab-bucket insanity.




EDIT: My grandparents’ generation had great respect for institutions including the government. I think the boomers also still have that to a significant degree. My X generation is quite skeptical and pragmatic because we were the first kids of the boomers who were too busy getting divorced to actually raise us in a system that we could respect. The Millennials are the late batch of kids from boomers and my generation’s kids. There is an excellent Quora Q&A that characterizes that generation well in my opinion. Of course on an individual level people are unique and stereotypes don't entirely hold.

Some answers I have selected:

https://www.quora.com/Are-millennials-more-narcissistic-than-older-generations/answer/Angie-Neik
(that answer above explains what I was saying about my generation)

https://www.quora.com/Do-millennials-feel-more-entitled-than-previous-generations/answer/Matthew-Laine-1
(Matthew Laine has a 180 IQ)

https://www.quora.com/Do-millennials-feel-more-entitled-than-previous-generations/answer/Gustin-Fox-Smith
https://www.quora.com/Do-millennials-feel-more-entitled-than-previous-generations/answer/David-Haldorsen
https://www.quora.com/Do-millennials-feel-more-entitled-than-previous-generations/answer/Faith-Paul-2
https://www.quora.com/Do-millennials-feel-more-entitled-than-previous-generations/answer/Chris-Everett
https://www.quora.com/Do-millennials-feel-more-entitled-than-previous-generations/answer/Grant-Schmutte
https://www.quora.com/Do-millennials-feel-more-entitled-than-previous-generations/answer/Ej-Gravis
https://www.quora.com/Do-millennials-feel-more-entitled-than-previous-generations/answer/Torie-J-Patterson
https://www.quora.com/Do-millennials-feel-more-entitled-than-previous-generations/answer/Lance-LaSalle
https://www.quora.com/Do-millennials-feel-more-entitled-than-previous-generations/answer/Nikolite
https://www.quora.com/Do-millennials-feel-more-entitled-than-previous-generations/answer/Michael-Brescia-2
https://www.quora.com/Do-millennials-feel-more-entitled-than-previous-generations/answer/Henriikka-Keskinen
https://www.quora.com/Do-millennials-feel-more-entitled-than-previous-generations/answer/Charles-Stone-6
https://www.quora.com/Do-millennials-feel-more-entitled-than-previous-generations/answer/William-Beteet-1

And reading those answers further strengthens my resolve to provide decentralization technology to help these Millennials economically.  Compare the negativity of the answers to the positivism of the answers from Asians:

https://www.quora.com/Do-millennials-feel-more-entitled-than-previous-generations/answer/Xiaobei-Jia

That IMO reflects the decadence of the West.
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