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Deleted posts and tracking

There was a post about tracking who visits this site at work. It was deleted.

Why? Who has that kind of power?

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I had a post regarding stock prices deleted this morning.

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Post ID: @omjy+1okvpBKd

National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) protects my right to openly discuss conditions of my employment. I would love them try to fire me because of that, and give me a perfect reason to sue their as--s.

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Post ID: @4rmk+1okvpBKd

If I look at this site at work it's only on my personal phone that never connects to company wifi. There is software on every computer called McAffe Endpoint. It tracks literally everything you do and can give a synopsis report to your manager. If you are posting on this site through your work computer, they likely already know and are looking to see if what you're disclosing violates your employment agreement.

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Post ID: @2czx+1okvpBKd

They can't do sh-t regarding this site. They don't own it and have no way finding out who posts what here, nor have power to pull down something written here (only site mods can nuke posts, and they do that only if one of the site rules in the footer is violated or something illegal was posted).
They might try tracking who's posting from corporate WiFi, but I seriously doubt they would catch anyone that way, cause everyone and her aunt knows not to use corporate devices and their WiFi when posting on (any) social media.

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Post ID: @hwc+1okvpBKd

This site is in bed with ClA/FBl and other cr33ps.

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