Re: « What's on your mind? »
Posted: 29 May 2020, 16:44
@boiler , thank you , usually raccoon / for incessantly > endless ( ? ) , which phrase / sentence will be ok ?
Let's help each other out
Twitter Engineering wrote: We’re starting with a set of words we want to move away from using in favor of more inclusive language, such as:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Newspeak wrote:Newspeak is the fictional language of Oceania, a totalitarian superstate that is the setting of George Orwell's dystopian 1949 novel Nineteen Eighty-Four. To meet the ideological requirements of English Socialism (Ingsoc) in Oceania, the ruling Party created Newspeak, a controlled language of simplified grammar and restricted vocabulary, meant to limit the freedom of thought—personal identity, self-expression, free will—that threatens the ideology of the régime of Big Brother and the Party, who have criminalised such concepts into thoughtcrime as contradictions of Ingsoc orthodoxy.
To put these two quotes in relation feels like a stretch, especially if you happen to quote George Orwell - a few comments (just in case this comparison was meant seriously ).
Every social media platform already applies its own terms of services on a daily basis, but currently these terms are applied unevenly. If your utterances are deemed "newsworthy", you get a pass.guest3456 wrote: ↑05 Jul 2020, 18:29i wasnt commenting on the twitter platform directly.. that list was from their engineering team, probably for their internal docs and codebase. certainly they aren't going to censor their users who tweet on their platform (yet?)
i was commenting more on the culture war, that they've fallen prey to, with the orwell reference as the likely end game if this nonsense isn't curbed
May we think of freedom, not as the right to do as we please, but as the opportunity to do what is right.
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