Just to read everything about it. So great, Reddit is leaning more and more into automating how they moderate their subreddits. So fat, lazy, uneducated moderators of Reddit can just recline in their shitty mainstay office chairs a little more as they slide that ticker to the far right. So long as they don't have to do their jobs anymore.
And I think this system is just wrong because it's a blanket generalization that everyone under an alt account is a troll. That's not mostly true because if we've learned anything from Reddit's idea of moderation, just so much speaking against the hivemind anymore is a banning waiting to happen at anypoint. Now they're just hitting it home and validating that fact, by bringing this system up.
I have came up under alts because some of the bannings I've received, like from r/gaming, r/rant .etc were handed down by power hungry mods that didn't like opposing opinions.
I've also come under alts because I've been brigaded and targeted for the things I've said by a cluster of people, making sure I never have an experience on Reddit ever again, even when I have tried to have more wholesome experiences where I avoid opinion and political based subreddits. I've been banned for even doing so. Appeals are a joke to Reddit because all that they'll tell you, is how correct they are in their banning and will not lift it.
I wish someone instead just attacks Reddit's servers to make sure they're forever offline because I can't see how an authoritarian social media platform will make it going public. It'll just be far worse since shareholders will be involved.