Hi @anon74302558! @healthyswimmer has stated it well.
All moderation is volunteered. We allow everyone to add their own take to humane tech, state your opinion and contribute interesting links, like you did on the privacy topic. If members are off-topic, or are flagged for inappropriate posts, then we act accordingly and do our moderation tasks.
The forum contains many, many good ideas and stuff that requires more action to elaborate further, but - as stated in topics like the one on the TL;DR problem and CHT tooling needed - the forum is not the place we can achieve that. If you read Tristan’s announcement again, you see how the core team is overwhelmed by press and world leaders asking CHT for advice. This is the reason they did not follow up yet with more concrete plans.
Until that time you have to see the forum as the first stage of information processing, a body of work with raw data to be followed up upon later. Your posts are appreciated. Personally I never follow up a post with just a “This is good…” response because of TL;DR. Instead I give it a Like, meaning “This is relevant”.
What I also don’t do is post ‘more of the same’ type links. There are literally millions of articles on the bad practices of FB, but unless they bring something new, have concrete action points, or contain references to scientific studies, etc. they do not add to what has already been said.
So please have patience… we are growing, and we are improving bit-by-bit and all of the time