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Hands Off Dice World, we don’t want you here

In an earlier blog post I talked about someone who may have been under the age of 18 posting to Dice World’s Forums asking for credit card information because they could not get their family to pay for more storage on iclud. Sorry about that bud, we can’t help you.

In a turn of events, another potential person under the age of 18 is feeling uncomfortable because they have been asked for a date, or some other thing that may make them uncomfortable.

While people may do things that make others feel uncomfortable, I’ve personally learned that if someone says no, I should not do anything. It doesn’t matter what.

Social Media in general has made this type of activity a lot easier, and I’m not saying that I’m not guilty of anything I’m talking about here either. I’m sure we’ve all done it.

Dice World has now turned in to a social media hub with forums, private messaging capability, and fun tournament play. What we need to do here is focus on the game play aspect of what Dice World is all about. If I were doing this on dice world and someone said no, I’d have to stop whatever it was I was doing.

Facebook, Twitter, Hangouts, Whats app, and other social media may be plagued with this issue. In podcasts, I’ve talked about these types of people who have targeted me on Twitter. One I didn’t even think was a girl to begin with.

My other article Scammers hitting the blind, same as my talks earlier should be talked about once again. I’m not necessarily a scammer, however I may have done things that have made people feel uncomfortable. The only way to fix this is to tell the person that you don’t like such a thing, and that person has to understand. If you, the person feeling this way wants to block, that is an option too, and I’m sure that people have done this on all of the social media platforms, including dice world.

Another article I penned talking about kids Hey Criminals! Keep your hands off our kids and their data! is another good one that could be mentioned in passing for what these actors are doing within the social media aspect of day-to-day life.

Do you have thoughts on this besides getting rid of social media? I don’t think that will ever happen, however, I think this will get worse first. Your thoughts are welcome.


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Hands Off Dice World, we don’t want you here was released on April 13, 2020 at 1:15 pm by tech in General commentary.
Last modified: April 13, 2020.


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