@jb55@kekcoin@LadyAnarki I wouldn't say it's worse even in that respect, since people on Twitter would tend to only follow those they agree with and block those they don't anyway, creating echo chambers within the platform. We basically have the same thing here, but without the possibility that you get removed from the whole platform.
@alan8325@jb55@LadyAnarki That last part is key. And hey, blocking entire communities at a time can be useful too! Some instances are very spammy and I'm glad I can just filter out entire swathes of bot accounts in one go.
@kekcoin@jb55@LadyAnarki And a public block list run by communists, like FediBlock, could have the Streisand effect of giving the politically opposed a convenient list of instances to look for friends in.