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    The only way to protest these harmful developments is to quit these websites altogether and use alternatives. If the information on reddit is so important, just read passively using teddit, but stop feeding your valuable data into a system you don’t support. Rather, help expand communities that actually respect their users with your knowledge. Someone has to start it.

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      https://teddit.net/r/javascript works fine for me on a phone browser, but Teddit doesn’t allow you to post (I imagine this is harder to implement than a passive viewer - none of the free software alt-frontends to popular platforms that I’m aware of allow you to post on them). The broader problem of course is that r/javascript is a big enough community that even people who would like to eschew reddit altogether out of principle can’t afford to ignore it.