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RE: Steemit Paid Voting Bots Guide Part 1: How To Use @RandoWhale, @Booster, WhaleShares (Steem-GIG contest)

in #steemit7 years ago (edited)

How "legal" is this considered by Steemit? If they don't like this type of bots, I could see them penalizing everyone who has ever received multiple upvotes by these bots in a future update.

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I assume it's legal. The creator of some of the bots are pretty high up in the whale food chain.

'penalizing' particularly if done in concert by a group is the one big flaw of this global community.
Already you see the vast virulent political divide of Americans posting about politics
It only need a conspiracy to start up by some sinister groups and they will downvote anyone who doesn't agree with their vision of the world, off the face of Steemit

Of course they can run, cause damage, but they can't hide

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