>>15169>not checking your posts on a fresh IP to make sure you're not shadowbanned
ngl kinda intresting, wonder if we could do that here with rightoids
what would change though? 90% of redditors may as well be bots
>>15170>not checking your posts on a fresh IP to make sure you're not shadowbanned
yeah they've already done the shadowbanning thing for years but it's very easy to to check. Makes the platform impossible to use for people who intend to publicly disagree in obviously astroturfed propaganda subreddits like r/neoliberal
this "heavenbanning" thing sounds like it'll make the platform entirely pointless for anyone who isn't going there to watch heckin wholesome doggo vids
>>15182>make the platform entirely pointless for anyone who isn't going there to watch heckin wholesome doggo vids
most of the internet has basically been like this since the mid-2010s at least, with reactionary political discussion thrown in there too
in 2022, i think 4chan shadowbans
before i used to be rangebanned from it due to ISP
recently i tried posting and instead of a ban message, it just said "post successful" and the post doesn't show up
me thinks it gets sent to the shadow realm
am i rite?
could just be shitty coding. 4chan cant afford leet coders on an imageboard's budget like meta/twitter/reddit
for all i know they've been doing that to me for years
>in b4 a bot responds
gotta keep a steady drip of chinlet walshart shooters going after 99 percent of young people think right wingers are freaks
I agree, that did seem to happen for years right anon?
you were right
i updated the X extension and an post again
goddamn they really just cheap out on everything there
How long until rightoids start waifuing angel bots?
>>15182>this "heavenbanning" thing sounds like it'll make the platform entirely pointless for anyone who isn't going there to watch heckin wholesome doggo vids
I really don't see any difference to what it is now, truly. It's either feel good content or neo liberals circlejerking themselves in a sea of bots. the place has been basically functionally useless for a decade now
How about hellbanning and it's just really bitchy mean girls bullying you…nice
Sounds like a colossal of resources for pretty much no benefit. Also, wasn't the point of shadowbanning preventing spambots?
wheres the proofs?
By the way isn’t people getting into internet fights extremely profitable? Isn’t that the whole business model for twitter and others, I imagine this will just fuck reddits profits by lowering engagement.
Why the necrophilia?
this screenshot is fake
the technology is possible though
>>15169>causing everyone that they speak with to be replaced by AI models that constantly agree and praise them
Wake up, Neo. The Matrix has you.
It's functionally useless to us, but for them they get to brainwash every wholesome doggo lover and casual using the platform. If you go to those kinds of places not realizing what they are you're just primed for brainwashing, and then you take those views into the real world and this massive cycle of retardation perpetuates itself courtesy of big tech.
(I know this is probably obvious to all of you but I had to just say it) The real world implications are tragic
it's too much work, involves too much server load and it's too expensive to implement per banned user.
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