Is there anything that can be done about the const *iption troll? Maybe an automated filter that rejects all questions with the string "const *ipt"? All but one of the questions I've seen used that string either on its own "const ipt" or in "*const * iption". The other used the supposed definition of const *iption without using the word itself.
So far as I can see the user in question posted exactly two questions, neither one spam. Arguably they were bad questions, particularly the first, but that is a pretty small troll, even if you concede them to be trolling, which I do not.
A site-wide filter, if possible, would IMO not be justified until there was far more disruption than two bad questions. I don't think that is even justification to suspend a user. So I would say nothing unusual should be done.
I propose that we create a question and answer on the main site, mark the answer community wiki, and lock the question.
- The question: Is const iption a recognized legal concept?
- The answer: no (potentially linking to some of dictionary research done in a few meta answers here).
Then, we can just close any question relating to const iption as a duplicate of that. Or, maybe this is too much effort for something that'll just pass and we should just continue ignoring. I'll take upvotes as support of creating the question; downvotes as against.
Offer them advice
The unregistered user re-appeared and asked about them here, give them an answer why they appear spam to you.