Originally Posted by That Mew
Pathetic behaviour at it's best. Signs up as John Doe on the petition and bemoans the loss of anonymity, whilst putting false information in the petition.
Google is not forcing you to share their "worldwide view". The amount of trolling and asinine comments on YouTube was an embarrassment to the community and to Google themselves.
This way, people can't hide their bigoted, sexist and racist comments behind anonymity and that's a good thing.
Anonymity on the internet is a bad thing? Please, dox yourself and tell us all about you and whatever unusual sociopolitical views or fetishes or whatever you might have.
You're treating things like ''''racism'''' (which is often times based off of hard statistical science, though no legitimate debates regarding it have ever really come up because of people like you and your feelings) as thought crime, implying that if these things you didn't like weren't posted then maybe there would be nothing wrong with the anonymity. LOL. "your rights end where my feelings begin" is basically what you're saying
Also, there's absolutely nothing wrong with how retarded the comments sections on YouTube videos were/are. It's an accurate reflection of the userbase. You can't just force an entire group of people to change because you don't like their culture. There are plenty of other outlets for civil discussion.Edited by Usario - 11/10/13 at 1:43pm