Please let’s hear word.

A company makes a policy decision based on a government’s data & privacy policies. This government’s policy was decided by representatives of people who are elected by voting.

We can say that the company’s policy and the government’s policies are wrong? Or express that we’re displeased with how the policy is being implemented or even wonder how it’ll be implemented going forward. But this is my question:

How does Web3 solve or prevent people from making bad decisions or voting bad actors who go on to make bad decisions?

This literally makes no sense. Cleary doesn’t solve any of the problems identified with images on the internet today and whether they stay up or not and how different countries express how this is measured and implemented.

We’ve been here before anyways

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Olabinjo

Olabinjo

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