Tim Lund wrote: ↑
15 Aug 2019 12:03
That's good, but as with Mark Zuckerberg, the question is why Chris should continue to provide this public service.
For users who can still login to SE23.life, his login ID is sometimes spotted flashing below a post which states "Chris Beach is replying....." - although never a message appears. It would seem he is still lurking, might be planning a response then thinks better of it.
On SE26.life he accesses the board, makes posts and operates without the checks and balances applied by moderators, such as they may or may not be effective.
So how are we to know that the man has altered his behaviour? Has he selected his next target? How in these circumstances is his deceptive activity to be detected?
The situation as existed before meant he could silence his target at will. And if a protest were made - he would mis-characterise the target's activities as being vexatious toward him and his board. And the mods, believing his version, would do nothing.
So does Chris Beach believe that by carrying on, he will restore himself to a position of trust and then he can resume activities on a business as usual basis. It would seem these communities are powerless except for the power of voting with their feet (or keyboards).
ETA: You have to read and move fast on this one. A Chris Beach post from today on SE23.life has been spotted:
https://se23.life/t/plans-submitted-for ... hill/12852
Business as usual ?
And from the day before:
Will he be attending Sylvan Post soon too?