Discussing a Decentralised Reddit Alternative

  1. SarbjitGrewal
    "Excellent Post."
    5/5, 5 out of 5, reviewed Nov 24, 2017
    Excellent Article on Decentralised reddit.
    Fyuri likes this.
  2. Ummagumma
    "Absolutely excellent!"
    5/5, 5 out of 5, reviewed Dec 4, 2017
    What a fantastic read, write-up and overall thoroughly informative and thought provoking article. Superb..
    Fyuri likes this.
  3. jora
    "You are ignorant of the limits of freedom"
    1/5, 1 out of 5, reviewed Apr 9, 2018
    I haven't read the whole article, stopped at that terrible banned subreddit screenshot with the caption implying you support the proliferation of personal and confidential information.

    You don't seem to understand anyone's freedom has a limit, which is the freedom of others.
    If one could practice their freedom to prejudice others freedom, then you would have no freedom at all, because someone would certainly have deprived you of your freedom.

    Yes, reddit is a commercial company, but I don't think they ever pretended they weren't.
    And last time I checked, a commercial company exists only to make money.
    This is no conspiracy or anything, just common sense.
    hellasteph and DaiTengu like this.
  4. Fyuri
    "now if we could just find such a platform"
    5/5, 5 out of 5, reviewed Jul 19, 2019
    or build one. wonder about crowdfunding for such a move. i have been looking for just such a platform and after reviewing a number of them, i haven't found one.

    and for those who reviewed the article without bothering to really read it, this article addressed every different concern, including the limits of free speech and the likelihood of illegal content. i found it informative and well thought out.
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