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Re: Right to delete own content

Post by Lopsum on Sun Jun 10, 2018 11:29 am

so how is it a honey trap? wheres the honey? Ceylon being admin or not makes no difference. I asked him to mention us , which he does for free . we dont send him viewers more the other way on in fact.
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Post by alab on Sun Jun 10, 2018 12:01 pm

I mentioned no names. Not going to break it down into intellect, people who are easily swayed, manipulated or suggestive as it would take far more time than I am prepared to invest. Figure it out, you are an intelligent guy Lopsum.

This has already turned into 12 more comments than I wanted to add.

Going to leave it now, all the best for the future. Believe it or not I genuinely mean that.


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Post by Lopsum on Sun Jun 10, 2018 12:38 pm

ok , i do get it . But try the reverse logic , some of those will come here and learn something , and it is actually more effective than preaching to the choir as a way of reaching an outside audience, granted not ideal because it is one of the only promotions the site gets, other than being linked in search results for getoutofdebtfree. We could always use more but it usually costs money , ideas welcome.
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Post by Lopsum on Sun Jun 10, 2018 12:42 pm

so long ab ! i take the tw@ bit back i realize it was nt meant as a threat Embarassed
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Post by Society of the Spectacle on Sun Jun 10, 2018 1:33 pm

I must say it all seems a bit suspicious considering the Old site is Now hosting BS Fake accounts and Porn Spam.

https://www.getoutofdebtfree.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=60&t=107599

Makes an interesting contrast with the genuine help given here.
Still,
Perhaps if some of you LIKE that format Lopsum could make a few quid that way .
LOL.
( A JOKE )
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Post by Lopsum on Sun Jun 10, 2018 1:50 pm

i web cam myself up ....(it would still be free though!)
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Post by Lopsum on Sun Jun 10, 2018 7:39 pm

why dont you make a thread about it on quatloosers, im sure it will arouse some sexual activity there for you. I bet you never ate hash in your life ya fraud.
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Post by assassin on Mon Jun 11, 2018 2:18 am

Right, I have had enough of this now and I am going to have my say and if I offend anyone then tough.

This began because a site member wanted to leave, they deleted their posts which caused many issues on the site which I think was the wrong thing to do and the wrong way to go about things.

This member was a former site admin, contributed a lot to the site, and was well thought of by many members he tried to help and his loss is a detriment to the site in my opinion.

This was followed by him being ridiculed and I am not going to name names, but this is not the right thing to do on any forum, there were several allegations made and I would like answers to several of these allegations and fear I will not now get them, and there were several questions asked which were not answered because of the infighting.

This is not the thing to do as it portrays the site in a bad light and discourages members from joining, and deters a number from posting when they may have something useful to contribute. I am not concerned with any individuals ego, anyones thoughts, and the best interests of the site are my main and only concern.

My first question is a simple one, if a very active member leaves then why do they think they cannot speak to us privately and is the general feeling among site members?

Instead of airing our dirty laundry in public we need to address these issues and resolve the problem with the minimum of fuss and speedily and the easiest way to do this is to enter a dialogue with the leaving poster and work to a conclusion regarding the content they have posted and how we can retain it on the site without them being named as the author.
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Post by handle on Tue Jun 12, 2018 9:43 pm

Alab. Not sure what is going on, but my spidey sense is kicking in. Have you been contacted from someone/organisation from outside of the site? or pressured?

may be on the wrong track and dont expect you to answer here......

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Post by alab on Thu Jul 12, 2018 11:50 pm

@handle wrote:Alab. Not sure what is going on, but my spidey sense is kicking in. Have you been contacted from someone/organisation from outside of the site? or pressured?

may be on the wrong track and dont expect you to answer here......

12 Jul, 2018 "Facebook was tagging some users as 'interested in treason'" https://www.rt.com/news/432902-facebook-labels-russians-treason/

Not the first article being flipped against those who 'potentially' might be angry/opposed at a so called authority directive. Obviously I can't share the reasons/sources to what I post, why I post/remove it and why it precedes the news by months/weeks. Play the game if you wish, it is your life, it is your choice.


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Re: Right to delete own content

Post by Ausk on Fri Jul 13, 2018 8:05 am

Having read this thread I can see that many contributors are interested in the good this site does for its audience.

This site exists to help people fight back against the system that would otherwise just chew them up and spit them out. The site also exists to try to educate, inspire and help people gain the skills, the knowledge and the confidence to fight for themselves, their families and friends.

However, its well known that sites like this are also the targets of those whose intent is to distract and steer them into dead end arguments to sap them of energy and become despondent.

When contributors are banned its from this perspective that moderates make their best efforts to 'get it right.' In my time on this forum I have concluded that a good job has been done by all moderators in this regard.

The site has changed its rules on ownership of content and and now I think its time for those aggrieved by decisions made to move on.

The site will continue to warn and ban anyone whom the moderates consider are not committed to the aims of this site as I stated earlier.

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Post by handle on Fri Jul 13, 2018 10:01 am

Alab, good to see you post.
Remember the original reasons we all met (albeit in cyberspace). We are all like minded. One always gets dissent in communities, but never enough to break the spirit of the community.

United we stand, divided we fall. In old Irish sounds something like kaysimarrabath.


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Post by alab on Fri Jul 13, 2018 2:16 pm

@Ausk wrote:Having read this thread I can see that many contributors are interested in the good this site does for its audience.

This site exists to help people fight back against the system that would otherwise just chew them up and spit them out. The site also exists to try to educate, inspire and help people gain the skills, the knowledge and the confidence to fight for themselves, their families and friends.

However, its well known that sites like this are also the targets of those whose intent is to distract and steer them into dead end arguments to sap them of energy and become despondent.

When contributors are banned its from this perspective that moderates make their best efforts to 'get it right.' In my time on this forum I have concluded that a good job has been done by all moderators in this regard.

The site has changed its rules on ownership of content and and now I think its time for those aggrieved by decisions made to move on.

The site will continue to warn and ban anyone whom the moderates consider are not committed to the aims of this site as I stated earlier.

cheers

Congratulations on being made a mod, it comes with responsibility, understanding and the ability to understand the law of the land and the rules of the site.

I am not aggrieved by any decision and changing the rules after the fact does not make the rules the defacto standing, as in law if you used to be able to drive at 30 miles per hour and then they change the speed limit to 20 miles per hour then they can't go back and charge all those who drove at 30 miles per hour with speeding. If I had really wanted to press the issue I could have got the content removed but why bother?, I don't want to cause pointless problems for lopsum and I am happy to leave it as it is e.g. the content now belongs to and is the responsibility of lopsum.

I only ever posted to educate and empower people and never had any intention of getting anyone into any trouble in any way, which is why I chose to leave the way that I did as it is not my place to call out others and expect people to believe my views, if others want to follow others then that is their choice, they are adults and responsible for their own actions.

If you hadn't noticed I have moved on. I only posted in reply to handle as I didn't want to leave it open to speculation as to why I left.

Good luck with the future Ausk.

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Post by alab on Fri Jul 13, 2018 2:18 pm

@handle wrote:Alab, good to see you post.
Remember the original reasons we all met (albeit in cyberspace). We are all like minded. One always gets dissent in communities, but never enough to break the spirit of the community.

United we stand, divided we fall. In old Irish sounds something like kaysimarrabath.


Final post.

I agree handle, all the best for the future.

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Re: Right to delete own content

Post by Lopsum on Sat Jul 14, 2018 2:04 am

when you post something on here you are in fact GIVING it straight to the site, those words now belong the site, not "yours" or "mine" , they are the fabric of the site. Its so obvious it doesnt need to be a rule ,i havent changed anything just pointed it out in case it gave more intentionally disruptive ones an idea that they can destroy the site this way.
This was always the case. I have not changed anything , i have only had to point out the logical truth that was there all ways , as AB wrongly thought that those words were "his" and he had a right to remove them.
remember AB was never banned, he deleted half the site and his own account , which i then created a ghost of and resurrected, there is a backup system to stop this kind of thing , intentionally or not.
AB was mistaken which led him to make a wrong move .
he is welcome back as far as iam concerned , when ever .
i hope this is clear.
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