My post suggesting to report child porn was deleted (12000+ notes). Why?

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  • Cocksucker4use

    I am not only curious but becoming genuinely concerned.  Early on when I migrated my blog from T to BDSMLR there were multiple posts from the webmasters about compliance with community/legal standards. The vast majority of users have no interest at all in this vile shit.  I am certain I reblogged MOnsieur's posting and commented favorably on it as it addresses not only the propagation of illegal and sickening predators but also poses a real risk to users who scroll across this crap and may have somehow retained the images just by them appearing in the scroll.  I urge you to address this legal, social and moral issue and suggest you have a record of same. Flagging and deleting MOnsieur's post addressing this issue....as stated....I am not curious I am frankly concerned at the site's response to a user who is trying to increase awareness.  Posts open to question are may often be equivocal.  You must err on the side of caution.  I would demand that the site flag and delete any post which any reasonable observer could consider in violation of your own rules for participation.  I just now at ~ 16:20 Mountain time on 05/11/21 reported a posting.  Rather than deleting MOnsieur's informative and cautionary post it would be more prudent for the longevity of the site in the US to respond to reports of potential violations of this nature with a brief statement confirming your review and determination.

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  • Jennie

    The site does CP violations (and exposure violations) very seriously. Posts flagged are removed very quickly (even now, when a basic request ticket takes a week, those CP/exposure tickets get handled the same day, which is the correct priority.)

    I'm not familiar with the post in question, so I can't speak to specifics

    A violation AFAIK is an auto-ban for the OP. So I don't think it was a bot flagging you, but it's possible because it was a text posts (at least it sounds that way from the description) that may be why you didn't get an auto-ban. Too many mentions of CP or certain age-related phrases draw attention. I know that bots are crawling the posts and banning certain activities, but I've only seen blogs banned, not posts deleted.

    Was anyone called out/doxxed in the post? That is a legit trigger for a post deletion, even if the staff agrees with the message. (Again, I don't know, just guessing).

    A pedo might have taken offense and flagged your post. The moderator might no have been paying attention and deleted it. It's also possible it was flagged, and it appears as deleted until a moderator actually looks at it.

    If you want real answers and not speculation, you need to submit a request (upper right corner of the screen). Staff has been absent from the general boards for months now (even before the crash).

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  • I'm not going to tell you

    Maybe it's time for legitimate public service announcements, but bdsmlr style. However the announcement must adhere to some set of standards as to not make it illegal in any form or shape of the word, is that a double negative. In other words I'm trying to say that this public service announcement would be legal And as a public service announcement to the community of BDS mlr. It cannot be flagged for deletion cannot contain improper language usage it is for lack of a better word invincible. Is there for the duration people live with it. Run it past the legalistics for approval, then posted and encourage the community to reblog.

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  • I'm not going to tell you

    Come to think of it, a while back themanwiththerope. Posted distressing news of a young lady whom injured herself, self-inflicted I understand, as a direct interaction with someone on bdsmlr. I understand she required stitches. I read it and reblogged and now it's gone off of my blog. So let me see if I got this straight you got blogs and you got bots, and you got people out there that can tell some poor submissive to hurt herself. Then when she does it and her friends complain about it the complaints are flagged because someone at this site told someone at this site to hurt themselves and they did. So I reblog the complaint and the only thing that I think was suspect was the mentioning that someone at bdsmlr was directly or indirectly responsible for the young woman's injuries. God, I hope that made sense the thing is it was a positive message. Hold up wait a minute maybe all of his stuff is gone because, because he's gone.

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  • Ariella Haverguess

    Clearly this is a matter for whatever "staff" remain and manage Zendesk. I would make this observation however, some weeks back I reported, via "submit a request", a post that was clearly of a minor. The response from the site was "We are too busy with other issues." Essentially, they were not interested or prepared to follow it up. Very shortly thereafter, my blog was banned. Although my blog was reinstated I feel the attitude displayed towards a subject as disgusting as CP on this site was reprehensible on the part of the site managers/staff/owners or whoever is supposed to be running the site.

    So on the one hand blogs were banned for no discernable reason and on the other, well meaning reports of serious issues were ignored. You have to make your own judgement as to the morality or otherwise of those running this circus right now. The advertising and click-bait are back with a vengeance though. That may speak to the current "teams" priorities I suppose.

    Ariella

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  • Ariella Haverguess

    For information here is the exchange. As you can see they were "too busy" to deal with the matter. I have withheld the blog and link and they appear in bold italics. To this day the link remains active and the images has never been removed.

    Ariella

    Feb 5, 2021, 0:04 GMT+2

    Thanks Ariella,

    We really appreciate your concerns but our team is still busy doing more updates and doing the best we can to solve these issues.

     

     

    Ariella Haverguess

    Feb 3, 2021, 8:09 GMT+2

    Your front page is currently showing a repost of an image by blog: NAME SUPPLIED This shows two girls who are clearly underage. I appreciate you are having technical issues, however, you will have bigger issues if you allow such images to be posted. NAME SUPPLIED has on his blog that he "believes" the images to be over 18. A belief is simply not good enough. They are underage and need to be removed forthwith.
    Below is the link to the image

    LINK PROVIDED

    Regards Ariella (blog: kinkyariella)

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  • Jennie

    Ariella Haverguess

    You should flag it using 'report' under the gear (or '...', depending on the specific view) menu.

    The last post I flagged (a few days ago) was gone within a few hours, so they're paying attention now.

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  • J TROCH

    Oh my, What have I  SIGNED UP FOR? A gaggle of sophomoric whiners or Kinky Karen's. Don't bother with a reply.  😱

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