Upcoming proposal and discussion on content moderation

This doesn’t solve the problem I’m afraid. Let’s say you have it at 95%. Someone uploads something abhorrent that 99.9% agrees should be censored. There’s a vote to take it down. It passes and is taken down. Then it’s uploaded 1000 times in 1000 different places again. Do you have another 1000 votes? Dfinity’s competitors know this rule. They’ll exploit it and spam the network with stuff they know people will want to censor. Even without these inevitable attacks, the amount of stuff that’d be referred to the NNS would be enormous. You can’t run an internet scale platform with direct shareholder voting on every single issue. It’s completely not feasible. The responsibility for monitoring the network would have to be devolved to some entity if you want censorship at protocol level.