Is anyone else afraid of the obstacle poses to the /#indieweb?

Like, one big reason we moved to centralised platforms is they managed to concentrate money for lawyers and (bullshit, useless to users) procedures for responding to copyright notices

It seems right now, consequences for posting an "unwanted" video to youtube are getting a strike/ban from youtube; consequences for posting "unwanted" fan art to your own server box could be "C&D" letters for posting it Ever


- "the fediverse/indieweb liability problem" -

or, why on earth do we have entire FOSS federated video sites before the ability to post text-only fanfiction outside a centralised hosting service

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