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Introducing Peer-to-Peer Moderation. When you BLOCK someone, they can still see your posts, but: 1. Their posts will be hidden from you in the “latest” page. 2. They can’t comment on your posts or anywhere in your post threads. 3. They can’t comment on your comment you make on someone else's threads. Look inside to learn how this works in detail.
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How do you see your blocklists? Forgotten the username of the person I blocked lol
NICE!
I like troll toll more.
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Block list length has been shown to predict severity of personality disorders. If everyone can read blocklists, then they can more accurately judge the health of their communities.
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Well done. The block feature will make PowPing more useable
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This is handy. They can still comment in other's thread to join the conversation
Craig friendly PowPing.
Nice.
4. Oh one more thing: They can't follow you if you block them.
bitscomplicated replied:
Well done. Thanks!
glauce replied:
Very nice!
Nice idea, but what about people who do want to hide their page from particular users?
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jasus replied:
You can’t force someone to close his eyes in real life... that’s what I will call Peer to Peer rule of law.@unwriter
satoshisdisciple replied:
Well, let’s give a real world example then. Many victims of serious stalking for example, they have a genuine reason to want to hide their information/profile.
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marsface replied:
You mean like in Twitter? There people just access the profile in a private tab, it is pointless.
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satoshisdisciple replied:
I just think maybe you should be able to choose who you share you information with. This idea of peer to peer.
zdch replied:
then all messages would have to be encrypted
glauce replied:
@satoshisdisciple said it well... if you ever had a 24/7 stalker in real life, you would probably come to the same conclusion
911 replied:
The network can't be both open and prf Profiles hidden from particular people. Even if possible, they could always create a new account and follow with that so you don't know it is them.
3. They can’t comment on your comment you make on someone else's threads. This is where the Peer-to-Peer aspect comes in. If Alice blocks Bob: - Bob can't post on Alice's posts and post threads - If Alice goes to Carol's comments section and posts comments, Bob can't post a reply to Alice there.
glauce replied:
More niceness!
2. They can't comment on your posts or anywhere in your post threads This means this blocked person is not only disinvited from commenting on your post, but also disinvited from all the discussions that happen under your post.
1. Their posts will be hidden from you in the “latest” page, where you can discover new content.