You know, this BS of pointing out bad behavior in public violating “Community Standards” on social media sites is getting old. Or pointing out behavior that would actually go against community standards that is deemed “Acceptable”. FascistBook is the most egregious abuser of this. I hear Twitter is just as bad, but that’s a service I don’t use so don’t know first hand. I once reported an image of a girl sucking a guy’s dick to FB and was told it didn’t violate their standards. Dafuque?????? Actual porn is OK? But posting that Eric Ciaramella is the likely “whistleblower” for the Trump Shampeachment, as reported by news outlets across the country, and even by Schiff himself. Oy vey!
Anyway, what prompted this post was an email I got when I logged into my yahoo account this morning from the Nextdoor Team regarding a comment I made on a post of someone driving around a neighborhood taking pictures of kids:
And while I don’t have any evidence that it is him this time, his past behavior makes him a prime, and known, suspect. Merely pointing out that fact and asking if anyone knows where he is currently and what he’s driving should, under no circumstances, be considered a violation of any community standard.
And while there is no expectation of privacy when out in public, I still maintain that you shouldn’t go around acting like a douche just because you can. Taking pictures of other people’s kids raises a lot of suspicion about your motives. Just because it’s legal doesn’t mean it’s moral or ethical.