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Ghost in the MachineMember Since 12 Aug 2015
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Five star thread Red!
Posted by Ghost in the Machine on 02 January 2018 - 11:08 PM
Does Facebook delete all their objectionable content or do they store it away in the forbidden data box? What about smaller forums and their content? Backups of all postings are gathered in one way or another. If not your own backups others will make them for themselves.
Deleting (or storing it someplace else like a hard drive) data from a server is a cost cutting device.
As for seeing objectionable content described in the above article? I agree that those who sift through the muck should be compensated justly. Not only monetarily but for their health and service. Doing a job of that nature is more than just a public service. It also serves a higher one. A moral one. Offering ones services to clean the sewers of the social mind is a commendable one. One that is under appreciated.
But the sewers aren't the only places where admins and mods find themselves with problems. Moderating drama and ideologies gets really heated. Name calling and argument shifting are prevalent. Professional argumentation skills marketing issues to the forefront of the public mind make it difficult to see which issues should take precedence over another. Many issues are designed to inflict damage upon one group or another. These 'top stories' cause much angst on the social forums. Emotional outbursts are common. How should a moderator proceed? What comments should be deleted or flagged?
Those are questions one learns along the way...
...along with many others...
Posted by Ghost in the Machine on 05 November 2017 - 02:48 PM
Most of the time clock drifts and time-stamp discrepancies are related to illegal activities. It's a massive network using atomic-clock monitoring throughout the whole system. All synchronized with one time source. It uses a wide variety of software to prove accuracy across the board. Logging every event and analyzing the whole for drifting. Some systems have low cost battery base quartz crystal clocks. These tend to lag behind the time protocol. Plus, there's the satellite GPS systems. These are vulnerable to signal disruptions over the wireless. Leaving wormholes in time for secret and active travel across the framework.
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