Censorship, Anti-Anonymity, & Snowflakes

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“Censorship, Anti-Anonymity, and Snowflakes”

Written on: 17/07/2021 by 338Salisbury (1 review written)

If you're a freethinking intellectual that wants to talk about discussions and debate without petty censorship, then I'd not recommend Discord. Most servers in from Discord have rules to stroke egos of easily offended Karens who are divorced from reality. Kids are given a false sense of security because of rules that keep them naive and stupid. Discord's business controllers don't let server owners own servers that let people think for themselves. There's already inverted totalitarianism in the Discord platform. Because freethinking Discord servers were removed by Discord's authorities without server owners' permissions. Also, Discord has an anti-anonymity system that triggers a pop-up message requiring your phone number. I'm not sure how many times I've tried to tweak my internet browser, V.P.N, operating system, and other things for getting rid of Discord's phone number verification pop-up message that unlocks accounts I had. Especially when I created new Discord accounts because of the phone number verification pop-up message. It's really sad that popular social media platforms have inverted totalitarianism with Orwellian anti-anonymity systems that require people's phone numbers.

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