Can't argue just downvote by x0x7 in censorship

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By its very nature, free software by definition allows users “to study how the program works, and change it so it does your computing as you wish”. Because of this, any restriction implemented in free software is basically ineffective, because people can modify the source code and remove those restrictions. We respect Tusky’s decision to block mentioned website; it’s their right to introduce restrictions like these into their software. We also respect Fedilab’s decision not to hardcode a login block; instead they are actively working on making it easier to block certain domains in the app itself and thus giving users more power to moderate which content they’ll see. If people disagree with F-Droid’s decision not to flag Fedilab, a idea is to develop a decentralized tag system based on package IDs which allow third-party servers to share their own warnings with their community.

Yep, can't argue with that, but why downvote?

I love you guys by magnora7 in SaidIt

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Myspace was great for a while... then facebook was cool for a bit... digg had it's time... reddit had so much potential... and youtube wasn't always a sellout for ad money... but between short-sighted profit-driven corporate stooges and asshole users, we just can't have nice things! by EndlessSunflowers in whatever

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It's not censorship, you can repost it in a better suited sub.

unfair sentence without any community input.

It's not related: it not an article from the Real world that is so weird you would it to be in/on the onion: unrelated is an objective and fair assessment. (the lame part might be viewed by some as subjective, though minions memes are universally hated.)

If this requires community input this site can shut down because everyday spammers get deleted and even banned without community input from more than 1-2 members of the community.

I'm saying it was unjustified

Exactly, you are saying that and so far only you. And I haven't read any defense that holds ground against the 'unrelated' claim and did read support from you yourself on the part that it was lame.

Verdict: More than justified and the deleted post should be glad to even have gotten a written explanation in the first place.

// End of Mnemonic's community input