I want to thank you for your timeliness and responses thus far in the matter of the Top Kill Viral Infection. I enjoyed, perhaps, maybe a day and a half of normal civil societal reactions to posts and comments and what not. I am glad to hear that you are still working with a few of us to help the Substack Safety Team fix this matter once and for all.
What twisted minds do defamation through a company's likes system? Who could possibly figure out how to game such a system? Oh, and hey, does anyone know if Substack Safety is working with Twitter and Bluesky in the process? My report was pretty extensive and Substack had been pretty helpful so far.
Oh, speaking of, this same thing happened at godlike productions, oh, in 2013 or so. The beta testing clearly showed within maybe a half to a years time, players figured out how to corrupt the karma system. Karma was like likes. Think they first employed karma in late 2012 .
They made their alphas through the beta testing. Hope this does not happen to Substack. Thank you again, and I hope your Substack Safety team is continuing to be safe while following up with this matter.