Why are my Quora comments not getting published ?

This only happens to my comments that I post under answers of other people..

Here are the facts:

- The do not get displayed not even for one second, this means that it did not undergo moderation or even read by anyone.

- I do not post about anything illegal, no curse words, no hate speech.

- I do not post links or mention usernames

I discovered this about a year ago. I honestly believe that Quora is now suffering from extremely sketchy, shadowy management which is the exact opposite of transparent to their users. What is being done is that they are shaping and altering information that is being posted by users on the internet as they wish, exacty how Youtube has been targeted years ago and is still currently suffering from. If you are skeptical of that, then please have a look at Quora’s wiki page and read about the lawsuit by the Palestinian woman activist who got banned from Quora. 

And as an additional note, most of the subjects of my comments also do relate to causes similar to that woman’s.

2 Answers

  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    the whole world is a dud. Just the same as here these so called opinion sites don't want your opinion they only want to fill your head with propaganda and rubbish.

    Look at all the Democrat rubbish posted on here. One would think Trump eats small children for breakfast if they believed all the crap written on yahoo. Quora is no different .

  • Sandy
    Lv 7
    2 months ago

    it's the cancel culture of big tech companies controlling our freedom of speech. I never thought I'd live to see the day when this was possible. if your comments were negative about the Democrats, it won't get posted. if your comments have a conservative, Republican or pro-America bent, they won't get posted. this happened here on YA! but I notice recently my conservative posts are going up. I don't like QUORA because they want you to use your actual first and last name. I stay on YA! because I don't want to get doxxed.

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