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|Re: Reddit web service hit by strike by thousands of users over new policies, threatening scheduled public offering -- LateForLunch||Post Reply||Top of thread||Forum|
Posted by: Ihavenoname ® |
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Unfortunately, protesting can only get you so far. Going on strike for two days will probably make a small dent. If a vast majority of Reddit users leave instead and cause the revenue to suffer, that would be better.
Nonetheless, I support the strike.
But CEO Huffman doesn't care nor is he worried at all. He'll get away with the money easily.
And Reddit is a terrible place to discuss politics, especially if you're "a conservative who supports orange man bad." Their rule: liberals welcome, conservatives not! Reddit is so toxic. Just look at r/Seattle and r/SeattleWA as an example.
If someone like me were to use Reddit for general advice (non-politically related), that would be ok. Politics, no.
Places like Reddit need to be more decentralized. Or have better alternatives instead (not in this case).
Modified by Ihavenoname at Tue, Jun 13, 2023, 02:14:10
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