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Lost account access

As a part of its privacy policy, NoBleme will protect your anonymity as much as possible. This means that you will never be sent any emails that could be used to link you to your identity on the website, or asking you to provide your password. On top of that, automated password recovery systems can be used in a few nefarious ways that we would rather not have to deal with. With this context in mind, NoBleme decided to not implement an automated account recovery process.

If you have lost access to your account (forgotten username, forgotten password, or otherwise), the only way to recover that access is to go on NoBleme's NoBleme's IRC chat server and ask for a website administrator to manually reset your account's password. No need to worry about identity usurpation, there is a strict process in place that will allow the administrator to verify your identity before doing the resetting.

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Era: Rise of social networks

This page is about a cultural era, an arbitrary way to separate meme history into time periods.

This cultural era began around 2008 and ended around 2012.
Previous cultural era: Internet centralization
Next cultural era: Mainstream era

The rapid spread of smartphones put the Internet in many people's pockets, allowing them to access it anytime anywhere, paving the way for a brand new addiction: social networks. The 21st century cultural shift was complete, the Internet had now become the primary way to communicate, organize, learn, share.

A few gigantic corporations had earned themselves a position as leaders, centralizing the Internet around a small amount of websites in the process. A myriad of other websites, which used to be vibrant communities, withered away as their users moved to bigger and more active social networks.

As this era drew to a close, early Internet culture had begun to merge into the mainstream, the union of which would soon become the 21st century's culture.

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