So every time someone posts a #Giphy GIF in a chat and every time you open Giphy in your app / keyboard, Facebook will get data on you, did I get that right? Is that why a GIF collection was worth $400M?
they should be harassing the mortgage provider / punching up but this is the 3rd time they've mass email blasted asking for bank statements in the most thinly veiled attempt at showing empathy. This is your "relief" protocol?
thing is your policies mean nothing when you're after blood from a stone. Not sure what my move is here
"Presently, our policy is to waive any late payment fees, as well as to accept partial rent payments in the case of hardship. We will do our best to review and reply to your request in a timely fashion; however, we expect to receive a large volume of similar requests. We appreciate your patience in advance."
Why many people don't and won't use open source federated sites
People will continue to use big centralized sites like Discord until the alternatives drop the literal paragraphs of technobabble to explain what they are.
Most users do not know tech well. If they see pages of words they don't understand it's clear the software 'isn't for people like me'
so they go back to centralized sites.
If people don't understand what any of those acronyms and words mean it won't matter that the site is easier or better to use.
There's nothing wrong with technical explanations.
But they can be deeply alienating as a first impression and explanation to someone with no tech or coding skills who's after 'a site I can talk to my friends on'.
Folks know the sites they use are bad. But the alternative isn't accessible to the vast majority of people.
Non tech users need to be included and respected as potential users if open source is to appeal to all the communities it could benefit.