100 votesRyan commented
It is the non convicted, non registered abusers/predators we really need to be worried about here. As I am sure they are plentiful on any web service where masses of people congregate. Unfortunately there is no way to identify them all. The best preventative measure for this type of behavior is parental supervision of what and who our children and loved ones are interacting with. To ask any platform to deny a person based on a past offense, which many vary and are broken up into violent/non-violent groups as well as risk of re-offense, would probably have to be mandated by a higher federal authority such as the supreme court. Denying someone access based on past offenses may violate certain civil rights of a said person or groups of people. Although I would never condone the act of abuse or assault, or defend those that have committed such acts, a persons civil rights can not be infringed upon by any platform. We as a community on Mixer, and as responsible parents and guardians, need to be the ones identifying inappropriate behaviors and reporting them to the necessary levels, and informing our social networks of such individuals. Even it may not fit within our own moral beliefs.
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