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  • chloe

    communities like snapzu, unlike our governments, are in no way obligated to uphold free speech.

    • ObiWanShinobi (edited 3 years ago)

      True. I can't in good conscience condone it, but I'm not an admin. Honestly, it's just disappointing, communities of the Internet seem to be running a little short on free speech these days.

      • FurtWigglepants

        That ended when they brigaded a SW post.

        • CrazyDiamond (edited 3 years ago)

          What's SW stand for?

          Oh nvm, suicide watch right? I remember that.

      • Zeis

        May I suggest you create your own community then? I'm not saying you shouldn't be here - it's cool you're here. But if you feel like there's a lack of something and you have the means (in this case, a computer and an internet connection) to change it, why not change it?

        • ObiWanShinobi (edited 3 years ago)

          You are absolutely right. I hate complaining without doing something about it. I am the admin of /t/longform articles, and I intend to operate it on a free speech basis. The only requirement for people posting there is that their content is an article longer than a couple paragraphs, and written well.

          Believe me, as an indie game dev watching all these online game blogs and people complaining about games because they don't meet their personal, subjective criteria, the phrase, "If you don't like it, make something better," is never far from my lips.

      • Rothulfossil

        4chan, aside from posts that are straight-up illegal, is probably the best forum for unfiltered free speech on the internet. It makes me uncomfortable, though, and I don't see that sort of community in Snapzu. There's gotta be somewhere that keeps it classy, you know?

    • hallucigenia

      That's true. A waiter in a restaurant isn't obligated to be nice to me, either. In fact, he could spit in my soup. Perfectly 100% legal to do so. I'm probably not going to go back there if he does, though.

      • cmagnificent (edited 3 years ago)

        Exactly because you have every right to not want to associate with an entity that allows people to spit in your soup. Just like people who want the broadest form of free speech don't have to associate with a website that clearly states racism and hate speech will not be tolerated.

      • l23r

        Please let me know what country you live in where it's legal to spit into someones food, so I can never go there.