Responsible parenting includes demanding responsible behavior from online service providers. Will discussions of the actions of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and the deleterious effects of tax havens be allowed on this forum? Does Google welcome discussions of whether pursuit of small increments of nominal wealth is hurting shareholder value and society at large? Or will topics only be limited to those issues which affect companies public relations at the expense of topics which bear more heavily on the prospects of teenagers and their families?
"Good things are good. Better things are better!"I read that post, and I still have *no idea* what it is you do or purport to do. The post is literally made *entirely* of applause lights: http://lesswrong.com/lw/jb/applause_lights/Could you please provide three (3) concrete examples, without hype or superfluous feel-good adjectives, that provide concrete details of what this is for?Oh, and well done on blocking comments altogether on the G+ version of your post.
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