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Quora is a hypocritical Q&A site, there are the most inappropriate questions but they do not accept truth, I have posted a photo and answer to a question on sexuality and nudity, my photo showing the nude back of a woman and it was rejected, meantime, there are posters who posted nude (full frontal) photos of celebs and they were accepted by Quora, talk about hypocrisy.

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megalomaniacal jerks.

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Quora is run by a bunch of megalomaniacal jerks, apparently.

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Quora Harbors Terrorists

Quora is a cease pool of tamil nationalists, and tamil terrorists who constantly flood sinhalese topics with twisted facts to attack sinhalese history, and culture. I reported this many times to quora admins, but they don't do anything. in fact when someone visited from sri lanka, the site is in tamil instead of english or sinhalese that majority of people use. sri lanka is not the land of tamils, it's tamil nadu only. do they use sinhalese scripts for tamil nadu IP addresses? no they don't. we respect that tamil nadu belongs to tamils, and they are native to there, but tamils can't respect sri lanka belongs to sinhalese. tamils make problems wherever they go. and I am sick and tired of seeing tamils lies in my dashboard in quora when I selected my language as sinhalese. This is outrages how sites like quora caters to tamil terrorism which is also banned by US government/EU/ and Indian government. This is not just illegal, but also unethical that quora bears terrorists in their site.

Search in Google "Foreign Terrorist Organizations - Department of State"
Foreign Terrorist Organizations
10/8/1997 Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE)
and now go and see in quora, how so many LTTE members promote, advertise, and spread their terrorist ideology. ! FBI should raid quora servers, and arrest their employees.

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**You know when you can't put "how to" at the beginning of your question that you're seriously attempting to get fired from your job. **I don't know who their web designer was or the human being that actually allowed that fucking imbecile to program their website, but he should be fired and the person who allowed him to work should be badly beaten with a metal bat.

Once you sign up, you're fucking bombarded with things you're interested in and afterwards you're left helpless trying to figure this mess out. Unless you have an insane amount of patience, you won't. Which it's fucking embarrassing that you should even shred a brain cell to figure out this mess. Quora is a disaster of a website and I hope someone with common sense comes along to redesign it.

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  1. Requires you to sign up for an account to view most questions
    1a. Requires you to download their mobile app to use the platform on mobile devices
  2. Requires you to use your real name
  3. Requires you to use a picture of your real face
  4. Will prevent you from using Quora if they detect your name is "Fake"
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Quora is horrible in any way it needs to die as soon as possible. It often pops up very high on the search results and it compels one to create an account. And then it sends about 1000000 spam mails each day. Than it makes it hard to delete the account because the evil people that working there decided that the option to delete an account is under the section privacy not account. And if you signed in with google you first need to create a password before you can delete your account. There try everything to get as much information about you as possible and make it as hard as possible to to escape from them. Don't use it!

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full of censorship!!!

The leftie feminist moderators censor lots of opposing viewpoints on a wide variety of subjects

It may be interesting to read, but unless you’re famous, if you spend hours contributing content and challenging other people’s views, and you’ll find yourself censored into oblivion.

I got banned for critisising Third Wave Feminism, but they censor more than that. When you get banned they can delete all your content by falsely flagging you as a fake name which deletes all your content.

Lots of popular users left Quora years ago to protest then deleted or deactivated their accounts. It’s a rubbish place to put your answers. Good people, bad moderators.

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TERRIBLE CENSORSHIP.

Won't tolerate civil discourse or questioning authority.

Censors inconvenient truths about corruption, 9/11, and manufactured crises.

When they ban you, they not only delete your account, and all you said, it also deletes all the non-objectionable questions you posed as well as threads you participated in on other's questions. This not only deletes the countless hours, days, and weeks that you put in, but also deletes much of what others carefully crafted to share. There is no recourse or options to have your account reviewed - nor even a clear explanation why you were deleted.

Unaccountable and non-transparent.

Quora pretends to be a forum for intelligent conversation.

It's a limited hangout to control the narrative.

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  • Quora has focus on professional questions
  • User need to register to use quora
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Because I can found info and ask specific questions in specific threads

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People from all around the world can answer your question!

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Although many other popular "Q&A" services (e.g., StackExchange sites), which have a very rigorous, narrow and restrictive question and answer structure and associated rules (one of many possible example: they don't permit questions whose answers are opinion-based whatsoever), certainly have their use cases and are very useful in certain cases (mainly educational, technical, scientific, legal and academic studies require that questions have clear, objective and concise answers), there is a need for a service that allows a more loosely-structured and "guideline-based" (as opposed to "rule-based") Q and A format, because, to use the aforementioned example, even opinion-based questions/answers are valid questions/answers, and there is no reason they should not be asked. Quora fulfills this need and allows more artistic, life-advice, humanities and just fun questions to be answered in kind, and unlike certain other services that will remain nameless, the community on Quora is not immature or trollish, nor is either the site or the app ad- and malware-ridden. Instead the community is helpful, friendly, forgiving and knowledgeable and the site so well-made, nice to look at and easy to navigate and use (in other words, awesome UI/UX for my fellow software engineers/IT peeps out there xP), and so clean I don't even enable uBlock or Privacy Badger! =O By the way, I do highly recommend StackExchange, etc., and mean no offense. Most Q & A sites are pretty cool and useful, but in different ways.

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People usually leave well-thought-out answers on Quora.

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Quora, So nice and simple

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Quora is an awesome Q&A platform and you can ask questions about anything. Really nice tagging features. So nice and simple! Love it!

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