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[–] anatomygeek 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

It is when you count in factor that most people online are consumers and 'clickers'. When people, ranging from unknowns to high profile users, actively delete accounts, moving to different communities, wanting to build something new there, because they are fed up. Starting to communicate- granted the voating system coerces them a bit- and initiate quality conversations, without annihilating all voices that disagree... They are loosing their content- makers and keeping the yes- men and their sheeple. They should be troubled...

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[–] chealy 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

I think you are right. This is sad but true. But I think that having the people who do care be the same as those who switch to places like Voat, will make Voat a good home for the non-apathetic. Reddit was a huge part of my life for over 4 years, and I'm sad to see it sell out, but now I'm happy to support Voat as a new (and hopefully better) alternative.