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GoSpeed Racer: „Banning bloggers from sims and stores …“

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GoSpeed Racer: „Banning bloggers from sims and stores because you disagree with them or are afraid of what they may say is censorship.“

I couldn’t have said it any better. Thanks GoSpeed :)

http://www.flickr.com/photos/gospeed_racer/7258853538/in/photostream

http://gospeedracer.wordpress.com/2012/05/23/philosoraptor-ponders-insecure-people

Written by momola

25. Mai 2012 um 22:15

Veröffentlicht in Second Life, SL Mode

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  1. I don’t agree. For me it’s the same as my dad who on occasion told nasty customers that they were not welcome at his shop any longer (RL). He just rather didn’t sell them his creations. In SL, you cannot escort people out the door of your shop. A ban is an effective substitute. Of course, as a blogger, you don’t have to like this. But censorship? Nah, seriously exaggerated. The blogger can still express their feelings over the brand.

    Grazia Horwitz

    26. Mai 2012 at 09:57

  2. Hi Grazia,

    first: If I think about the situation in the RL-store of your Dad: I understand him.

    Being more precisely as in my blogpost: For every SL-Blogger a ban is no censorship – it is a not working absurd, ridiculous try to censor. Why should I as a designer stop a blogging customer (whoever he/she is) from spending their money in my shop as he/she has the possibility to shop with an alt?
    I can’t help suspecting that a ban too is a try to prevent a blogger from discovering a designers bad work.
    It’s much better to open the doors in SL to everyone: Those who like a designers work and those who critisise. Even if the critique hurts a bit. If the critique is unreasonably, there are much better ways to react as with an ineffective ban …

    momola

    26. Mai 2012 at 10:36

  3. The interesting part is, that usually noone would care about some blogpost and the ban itself and its aftermath creates much more attention than it would have usually.
    It’s a shot in the own leg in the end.

    Ysanne Korpov

    31. Mai 2012 at 00:02


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