@fediblock What is the logic behind blocking instances that don't block instances you don't like? As far as I know, federation isn't transitive i.e. you won't see a post from a bad instance just because you federate with an instance that federates with them.
Is it that you see interacting with bad instances as an indicator that that instance's users post bad content? Because that's not necessarily the case. It would be better IMO to look at their rules.
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