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allthefoxes commented on a post in r/pics
allthefoxes [M] 1 point

/u/Crazypete3, thank you for your submission. Unfortunately, it has been removed for violating the following rule(s):

  • Rule I - No screenshots. This includes pictures of screens and photos where the interest is the contents of a screen.

For information regarding this and similar issues please see the rules and title guidelines. If you have any questions, please feel free to message the moderators.

Crazypete3 1 point

So if I printed it off on paper, I'd be good? =P

allthefoxes 1 point

sure

allthefoxes commented on a post in r/discordapp
allthefoxes 3 points

allow some community moderation.

Such is the task of server owners and moderators

And we know that you need to be old enough to work at the office.

If we ever did want to do something like this, you would certainly need to be of age to do it.

you need to be located in the SF area

For good reason

will be allow to report self-bots

You can already do this, abuse@discordapp.com

and report any suspicious activity

Talk to your server owner or email us at abuse@discordapp.com


I'm glad you're super hyped about Discord and that you have an interest in this kind of thing. Anti-Abuse/Trust and Safety is a really cool field to have a passion in. That said, if you wanna help out on this, please don't hesitate to contact us at abuse@discordapp.com

If you genuinely have an interest in doing this kind of thing in the future, please feel free to reach out, I'd love to dig up some resources you might be interested in reading/listening to.

allthefoxes commented on a post in r/discordapp
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allthefoxes 1 point

You can write in to abuse@discordapp.com

JLewis1309 1 point

Same thing happened to me, woke up to find my account randomly Disabled. But i sent an Email to Support@discordapp instead of Abuse, Should i send one to abuse?

allthefoxes 1 point

We will get the ticket to the right place, no worries

allthefoxes commented on a post in r/ethtrader
FreeSpeechWarrior 1 point
allthefoxes 2 points

Approved them all. These were reddit spam filter removals, likely related to the recent issues you can find on /r/bugs

Sorry for being rude, but I would appreciate if you reach out to me instead of making silly public call-outs, next time

FreeSpeechWarrior 1 point

Thank you for resolving the issue.

Moderation issues should be discussed in public unless they involve private information.

Users should know what’s going on to the extent possible.

If you had u/publicmodlogs I would have been able to identify the issue myself and realize that it wasn’t the typical overactive moderation that’s I have grown accustomed to on Reddit.

allthefoxes 2 points

It's just a matter of civility, FSW. You could have contacted me before making these comments, and then once the issues were resolved you could make a public comment. I'm fine with your views on moderation and I respect them, I would just appreciate civility.

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allthefoxes commented on a post in r/bugs
cryptorebel 9 points

No its not, not when they are censoring speech in other subs. Reddit allows mods to moderate how they want in their own sub and competing subs can compete and let the best win. But /r/bitcoin mods are moderating /r/btc and banned me for a post in /r/btc using np marks, and this should be against the rules. The subs are not allowed to compete fairly as people will be too scared to post in /r/btc and be banned in the more popular /r/bitcoin

allthefoxes [M] 0 points

Moderators of a subreddit can ban for any reason, even no reason. I can ban you because you wear white socks. Please change your socks

cryptorebel 5 points

That may be somewhat true...but every mod action, including bans, fits into a higher level of Moderator Guidelines as outlined here.

allthefoxes 3 points

If so, you should properly notify the administrators by emailing (lol) contact@reddit.com with links to support your issue. They will investigate, likely collect data, and use your data to determine the appropriate actions

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allthefoxes commented on a post in r/discordapp
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allthefoxes 2 points
94qs 1 point

Isn’t that only for urgent legal matters? I don’t think my situation fits into contacting the abuse email.

allthefoxes 1 point

Didn't realize you already had a ticket open. Can you send me your ticket number?

allthefoxes commented on a post in r/hardware
PashaB 4 points

To me (IN MY OPINION) it looks like a backdoor because it could be used to identify people via javascript in a web browser. It also allows ring-3-level user code to read ring-0-level kernel data.

That mixed with the fact that intel hides a whole OS in ring level 3 (http://www.cs.vu.nl/~ast/intel/ or http://www.zdnet.com/article/minix-intels-hidden-in-chip-operating-system/) and these processors are running a closed-source variation of the open-source MINIX 3 that is probably a backdoor. This bug looks like an extension of that. But no no, it's a design flaw. Bullshit

Maybe it's being patched because minix is getting patched out (hopefully). Either way once it's public it needs to be patched asap. That means any nation or random dude can exploit it.

allthefoxes 2 points

identify people via javascript in a web browser.

That's what all this leads to? Reading straight from kernel memory for the past decade and you think they did that so people can track you via javascript?

nightwolf151 53 points

FUCKWIT. According to Linux devs.

allthefoxes 7 points

That was the name of the fix specifically made for the linux kernel

allthefoxes commented on a post in r/discordapp
allthefoxes 4 points
  • NCP

    • Please send us an email to abuse@discordapp.com - Please include the server ID of the server as well as the channel and message IDs of some of the content, if possible.
  • DMCA

mywarthog 1 point

Just out of curiosity here - but does Discord take the action against the message directly without advising the server owner? Or would the server owner be advised that there was DMCA complaint? Always wondered about this one. I think it'd make more sense to advise the server owner that a dmca complaint was received about message abc from member xyz with details of what the infringing content was... kinda like what YouTube does and what Facebook does...

allthefoxes 1 point

Generally, notices go to the user that posted the content. That said, there are a lot of factors.

allthefoxes commented on a post in r/pics
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allthefoxes [M] 3 points

/u/NateFXthefirst, thank you for your submission! Unfortunately, it has been removed for violating the following rule(s):

  • Rule I - No screenshots. This includes pictures of screens and photos where the interest is the contents of a screen.

For information regarding this and similar issues please see the rules and title guidelines. If you have any questions, please feel free to message the moderators.

allthefoxes commented on a post in r/pics
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allthefoxes [M] 1 point

/u/Rwebs78, thank you for your submission! Unfortunately, it has been removed for violating the following rule(s):

  • Rule IV - Title violates title guidelines.

Your title must not ask for general information or feedback.

You can read the full information about our title guidelines at /r/pics/w/titles

For information regarding this and similar issues please see the rules and title guidelines. If you have any questions, please feel free to message the moderators.

allthefoxes commented on a post in r/pics
allthefoxes [M] 1 point

/u/RequiredPsycho, thank you for your submission! Unfortunately, it has been removed for violating the following rule(s):

  • Rule II - No gore or other NSFL content.

For information regarding this and similar issues please see the rules and title guidelines. If you have any questions, please feel free to message the moderators.

allthefoxes commented on a post in r/discordapp
allthefoxes 1 point

You can use something like autohotkey to macro the action of "Up Arrow, CTRL+A, Delete, Enter" to a single key

Alternatively, instead of writing your messages directly in the Discord client, open notepad and type your comment there first. If you decide it's a good thing to post, copy it into Discord.

allthefoxes commented on a post in r/discordapp
dirtyhappythoughts 10 points

Also, be aware of the GDPR and how it comes into play with issues like this. Under GDPR, this might have been a violation depending on what data was being sent.

allthefoxes 10 points

Our team is aware of the upcoming GDPR

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allthefoxes 42 points

Facebook is not privy to any of Discord's data.

This is their SDK collecting basic analytics and diagnostic information. Our team is reviewing ways to disable this information from being sent, and reviewing if this SDK is even necessary anymore.

Unfortunately, these are two very different things, and I can understand how this doesn't look great on us. Our mobile apps use the SDK to integrate certain functions and we cannot directly control this behavior.

You can read about this SDK here https://developers.facebook.com/docs/android/

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allthefoxes commented on a post in r/sysadmin
Alexis_Evo 1 point

What a surprise, Discord is down again. Talk is talk, actions matter. When you can keep the service up for longer than a week I'll believe that you're improving.

allthefoxes 2 points

https://status.discordapp.com/ - You can view our outage history here.

I certainly know what you mean, but we have definitely gone more than 7 days without outages, most of the time generally :)

That said, we are working very hard to improve the stability of our service. Believe me or not it's up to you, but we are. Actions speak louder than words, and we hope our actions will show that we are.

allthefoxes commented on a post in r/sysadmin
ReltivlyObjectv 1 point

Your scenario is kind of confusing but to me it sounds like the hosting company has a policy of pairing domains (g.com) with a VPS (g.com) and a cert (g.com, *.g.com).

Yep

You wanted h.org to be under SSL on the same VPS, which they probably don't support (however, it is technical feasible).

That's the weird part. They do support it, but they don't tell you how to do it. Support apparently has to custom-generate an invoice for the SSL, but the documentation didn't mention that bit.

In general it sounds just like this hosting company sucks and doesn't know what they're doing.

Heh, you have no idea. It's been such a wild ride I may just need to r/talesfromtechsupport it later on

Not sure how to help you with that. I agree for $100 I think the company should just make it right, especially if they billed without asking. If it were me I'd just go to another one of the million bottom-dollar hosting providers out there.

My instinct says I should threaten to sue (they are based in the US, which is where I live), but I know that's a bold move; thoughts? Sadly, I don't think I would be able to get this non-profit to switch (however, I really wish they would); they're prepaid out like ten years on a few things.

allthefoxes 7 points

My instinct says I should threaten to sue (they are based in the US, which is where I live), but I know that's a bold move; thoughts?

Don't be that guy. Chances are its all under arbitration anyways. Look like the professional here. Leverage your business. Quickest way to get tossed aside is by making yourself look dumb. No one is going to court over this.

allthefoxes commented on a post in r/ModSupport
liltrixxy [M] [score hidden]

Whether you’re setting up a bunker to hide in until 2019 or heading out on the town to watch fireworks and spend time with friends, let us know what your plans are for ringing in 2018.

allthefoxes 5 points

Probably work, let's be real here

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