It has been brought to my attention that one of the moderators of this subreddit is Rare’s community manager. Recently a user posted spoilers on the information in The Hungering Deep. They accessed this information through the beta servers which were freely open to anyone. This user was not under NDA (an NDA is a legal document and we were not required to sign an NDA to participate in the beta) and yet this post was deleted.
This is very dishonest and immoral of Rare. They do not have the right to police our community to cover up their mistakes. If they do not want leaked information to be spearhead, it’s on them not to leak it. Silently policing a community that is not the official forums is not ok.
Who’s to say the community manger moderator doesn’t hide posts that speak negatively of the game? Or that reveal game breaking bugs?
This is an issue that this community manager must address to us as a community if he wants to continue moderating. It seems like giving power to an employee is too easy to abuse, and as we have seen, not always regulated.
Edit: here is the post that was shadowdeleted: broken links the other guy provided
If we don’t have a response from Rare in a timely fashion I’ll be drafting an article separate from Reddit to get some attention on this. This is not ok.
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