No one gets to choose what dash platform is used for besides the people who use it. This is what makes Dash interesting and relevant. Dash as a token is interesting because no one can tell you what to do with it. That's the value proposition. Unconfiscatable money.Platform should not be used as a marketplace for contract killings, terrorism and child pornography (and other things at this level).
If Dash is going to store data it has to also do it in an unconfiscatable way. If you can censor and confiscate some things on the network then you are able to confiscate all the things on the network. In other words you are asking a trustless network for trust. Dash becomes worse than ripple.
Don't even pursue the idea of having black lists or special partially censored MNs. Don't open that pandoras box and normalize censorship in Dash. Application filtering modules for all honest good people is enough. You can build these tools and feel ok about yourself on a moral level. But things are getting crazy in this world. The idea that you would put into the hands of the MNOs the burden of deciding what to censor or not censor would be dangerous. Physically dangerous in that you'd become targets of warring gangs and network states at risk of censorship. The network is neutral. It is the plumbing. It provides a service to anyone who owns Dash. All the rest is up to the app developers.
Let's suppose Dash suicides itself in the name of anti-terrorist, anti-killing, and anti-child porn censorship, will the Dash DAO have been successful in stopping these awful things in any perceptible way? I highly doubt it. We won't be winning any Nobel Prizes for our philanthropic contributions.
That is, unless Dash succeeds at becoming the anti-CBDC. If Dash can remain trustless, decentralized, and permissionless it is one of literally only a handful of possible selections. The upside is extraordinarily massive. Then maybe we'll get our Peace Prizes after World 3 winds down.
There can not be a tool that exists, latent or otherwise, in the Dash Platform design that allows censorship to occur. It creates more risk. It's not pracitcal. It destroys the value proposition of Dash, weakens its brand, and likely crushes the community that has endured hell for this project. To suicide dash merely as an appeasment gesture is totally backwards.
We've discussed the more convincing legal and ethical routes of application layer moderation, censorship etc. That is the play. There can really be no other discussion about this. I realize the irony of this as I've been instructed by you to do that very thing and open up discussion about the unimaginable. If you threaten leaving again and want to be conscientious or whatever, do it now. Many people have also invested their lives into this. If you can't, that's a shame, but the network can do this.