I am an academic and outdoors enthusiast who supports the free and open exchange of information. We need to stop the trend of social media companies closing data access to researchers, open source developers, and the general community.
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Cake day: Jun 11, 2023
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I would kinda prefer leaving NSFW content hidden for my account if possible but I am worried I may miss someone posting something gross to my community. Is there a way to disallow all NSFW content for a community?
Shreddit is a popular tool for deleting comments on Reddit as a means of protest. However, I noticed that after a week or so there were a dozen or more comments from 9 months to a couple years that showed up again. No idea if this is intentional on the part of Reddit or not, but if you want your comment history gone, double check.
cross-posted from: https://lemmy.world/post/76533
> One of the arguments made for Reddit's API changes is that they are now the go to place for LLM training data (e.g. for ChatGPT).
> I haven't seen a whole lot of discussion around this and would like to hear people's opinions. Are you concerned about your posts being used for LLM training? Do you not care? Do you prefer that your comments are available to train open source LLMs?
> (I will post my personal opinion in a comment so it can be up/down voted separately)