2021.10.16 22:25 lousyandvile Caption this
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2021.10.16 22:25 Gtjoe51 Final major content update for Multiblock Madness!
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2021.10.16 22:25 NotSkinny21 I was watching TheDuelLogs video on why Gemini failed and I was thinking this card I made could possibly fix it. (Card has no image because I’m not artistic.)
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2021.10.16 22:25 Renshy89 Pavapotti
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2021.10.16 22:25 Unequal_Trex Just finished Fate/Zero should I watch the other series?
2021.10.16 22:25 Avoiding-Everything YA novel, poor teenage girl found at wealthy school by birth family. Taken from adopted family and forced to move in with birth family. Adopted brother her best friend, but then he assaults her.
2021.10.16 22:25 AnimeX16 I go to school with monsters...
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2021.10.16 22:25 JackOfAllInterests1 Are full mashup album posts allowed?
2021.10.16 22:25 Tart-Artistic Demon Butler...but girl?
Probably unpopular suggestion, but I think Jagex should give the option of a Demon Butler in a girl form for the player house, because why not?
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2021.10.16 22:25 dixfolyfebro eRa officially signs bowswer
2021.10.16 22:25 innyp 23 [M4F] US East Coast/online - Bout' to pour up all this redrum
I guess what I'm looking for is someone who shares my interests to chill with in voice calls until we decide we want to do pretty much the exact same thing but in person. So read on if that sounds like what you want too.
2021.10.16 22:25 Octofoto It won’t fit, Darkstalker-san
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2021.10.16 22:25 NoEstablishment8430 😬😬😬
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2021.10.16 22:25 Green-Food-359 Wer würde loredana ficken und lecken suche Mädchen Dm
2021.10.16 22:25 Flaminsalamander _____? where we're going we don't need _____!
2021.10.16 22:25 Outrageous_Dig3419 Advice coming out to (very) little sister?
I recently acknowledged to myself that I’m trans (mtf). My parents already kinda know because I told them when I started questioning, but I don’t think they told my sister anything yet. Im 22 and my sister is 8, so there is a large age gap. To further complicate things, I’m at college right now, so I won’t see her for several weeks. How should I approach the subject of coming out to her? Coming out to adults has been scary, but at least I’ve kind of known what to say, but I don’t think my sister really has a concept of what it means to be transgender. How can I explain what I’m going through in a way that an 8 year old can understand when I see her next?
Also, a worrying thought I just had. Could she be bullied at school if she tells people about me? I don’t want to put her through that. Should I even tell her about it at this point?
I feel like this is uncharted territory. If anyone has experience coming out to much younger family members, please let me know.
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2021.10.16 22:25 htimsm87 Looking for new group to grind xp: 579663373194
2021.10.16 22:25 tyoung925 Made our little girl a cave so she would stop trying to pull everything out from under the bed. I think she likes it!
2021.10.16 22:25 Masorz2115 Weird bug on ormond
Hi 10 minutes ago i was play as killer on ormond and event flower spawned on map survivors can harvest him
I dont know how XD can someone explain
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2021.10.16 22:25 moontro Newbie looking for friends to play with
As you can see by the title, I’m rank [Elite I] looking for friends to play with. I think I’m a decent player and still have a lot to learn. For a while now I’ve always been matched with the worst teammates, toxic/AFK/kids probably and it’s frustrating. If you’re my rank too wanting to level up that would be a bonus, please add me and let’s play together! I just want to have a good game.
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2021.10.16 22:25 RockstarRaspberry What speciality/specialities actually went extinct?
I keep hearing about specialties fizzling out (ie. rad onc, radiology (replaced by AI), etc. etc.) so I’m curious on the history of what actual specialties are not practiced anymore.
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2021.10.16 22:25 LynTheWitch I heard you too like the sky :)
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2021.10.16 22:25 RevAOD Hardcore mode for Daily ops and Events.
I was reading another “we need end game content” post earlier today and had an idea. One of the main reasons the game is stale for myself is because its just to easy, and the rewards arent really worth the effort anymore. Well its too easy because there is almost zero consequences if you die. You just respawn and get back into what you were doing.
What if Bethesda added an option to play a hardcore mode when joining Daily ops and certain events? Not hardcore like if you die you lose your character, you just fail the event. They could add more and better rewards for successful completion and with a higher chance for rare rewards. And maybe even reward us with legendary modules…..
You could select the option to play the event or daily op in normal or hardcore mode. For daily ops if you die, you fail and have to retry. For events if you die, you could automatically rejoin in normal mode.
They could even add a cap sink in where you can gamble/pay caps to play hardcore mode. Rewards better be worth it though.
I know its not the end game content everyone is asking for, but it would at least add a sense of urgency to some of our gameplay. And I like the idea of high risk better rewards. Because now there really is no risk, and not really much reward.
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2021.10.16 22:25 vivekisprogressive Permanent Blep
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2021.10.16 22:25 PrivacyMyth US Energy and Commerce Committee reveals legislation that holds social platforms accountable for 'malicious algorithms'
E&C LEADERS ANNOUNCE LEGISLATION TO REFORM SECTION 230
Oct 14, 2021 Press ReleaseThe Justice Against Malicious Algorithms Act Removes Liability Shield When a Platform Knowingly or Recklessly Promotes Harmful Content
Energy and Commerce Committee Chairman Frank Pallone, Jr. (D-NJ), Communications and Technology Subcommittee Chairman Mike Doyle (D-PA), Consumer Protection and Commerce Subcommittee Chair Jan Schakowsky (D-IL), and Health Subcommittee Chair Anna Eshoo (D-CA) announced new legislation today to reform Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, which shields websites and online platforms from being held liable for third-party content.
The legislation, titled the Justice Against Malicious Algorithms Act, would amend Section 230 to remove absolute immunity in certain instances. Specifically, the bill would lift the Section 230 liability shield when an online platform knowingly or recklessly uses an algorithm or other technology to recommend content that materially contributes to physical or severe emotional injury. The bill will be introduced in the House tomorrow.
“Social media platforms like Facebook continue to actively amplify content that endangers our families, promotes conspiracy theories, and incites extremism to generate more clicks and ad dollars. These platforms are not passive bystanders – they are knowingly choosing profits over people, and our country is paying the price,” said Pallone. “The time for self-regulation is over, and this bill holds them accountable. Designing personalized algorithms that promote extremism, disinformation, and harmful content is a conscious choice, and platforms should have to answer for it.”
“We finally have proof that some social media platforms pursue profit at the expense of the public good, so it’s time to change their incentives, and that’s exactly what the Justice Against Malicious Algorithms Act would do,” Doyle said. “Under this bill, Section 230 would no longer fully protect social media platforms from all responsibility for the harm they do to our society. It’s my hope that by making it possible to hold social media platforms accountable for the harm they cause, we can help optimize the internet’s impact on our society.”
“The era of self-regulation is ending, and apologies and promises are no longer acceptable: today I join my colleagues to protect American consumers from companies that consistently put profits over people,” said Schakowsky. “Technology companies like Facebook say their platforms give every user a voice, but they amplify some voices over others. The Justice Against Malicious Algorithms Act holds these companies accountable for the severe harm they cause by spreading dangerous information. Today we make clear that people are more important than profits.”
“As Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen has proven through testimony and documents, Facebook is knowingly amplifying harmful content and abusing the immunity of Section 230 well beyond congressional intent,” said Eshoo. “The Justice Against Malicious Algorithms Act ensures courts can hold platforms accountable when they knowingly or recklessly recommend content that materially contributes to harm. This approach builds on my bill, the Protecting Americans from Dangerous Algorithms Act, and I’m proud to partner with my colleagues on this important legislation.”
Online platforms use a personal user’s history to recommend or prioritize content. The Justice Against Malicious Algorithms Act would remove Section 230 immunity if an online platform knowingly or recklessly uses an algorithm to recommend content to a user based on that personal information, and if that recommendation materially contributes to physical or severe emotional injury.
The bill targets malicious algorithms but does not apply to search features or algorithms that do not rely on personalization. It would also not apply to internet infrastructure such as web hosting or data storage and transfer, or to small online platforms with fewer than five million unique monthly visitors or users.
The legislation is the result of years of hearings and oversight efforts, including an October 2019 hearing on Section 230 and content moderation, a June 2020 hearing on the rise of online disinformation and extremism, and March’s hearing with the CEOs of Facebook, Twitter, and Google.
Bill text can be found HERE.
Statements of support for the bill can be found HERE.
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