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Does Quora have any protections in place to protect against personal biases of its own reviewers? If so, what are they?
asked by David P. on 1/24/17
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I honestly feel and highly suspect from certain traits that Quora pays Google to be high on the rank and they get *buddy buddy* with the government.

Quora is essentially too big to fail. We no longer have capitalism but now live under governmentism which Trump pledges to end but can he? Does he really mean what he says? That is the million $ question.
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Nope. But here's the trick, bro. And I'm not sorry I said this. For every block their mods are still dumb. They don't care about us "Bro"-saying Latino/as. And they openly show their disdain. But if they block you permentantly, their mods are stupid. Meaning you can make another account and they wouldn't know it's you. I've been running a game on them this whole time.
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