CoastalCoder 6d
The article doesn't strike me as super biased, but it may be a bit shallow regarding the issues.

If one doesn't start with the premise that Christian beliefs are bogus, then I'd be interested in:

- How could someone realistically use the modern Internet and still avoid content that starts them down unwelcome paths? (A secular analogue might be suicide ideation.)

- How could that guy's accountability partner have better recognized false positives?

- How could that guy's accountability partner been more of a friend and less of a (seeming?) jerk?

- Is an app store provider truly inclusive if they disallow apps that make privacy tradeoffs that appeal to one religion's adherents but not to another's?

m000 6d
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