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Why are my [const *iption] questions unpopular?

We can't find it... If you told us what your question is, we might be able to find it. Or you might register and ask it again, then we could look at it. We don't deal in legal advice It is quite ...
Trish's user avatar
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Is flagging or VTCing more appropriate for const *iption questions?

VTC doesn't hurt; but definitely flag so we can destroy the account that posted along with the post itself.
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Can we impose an IP block or otherwise put an end to the constiption nonsense?

Oh, if only it were that easy We can’t at a mod level and the staff don’t do it because it’s ineffective- trolls gunna troll and they’ll use a VPN to do it.
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What can be done about the "const *iption" spam?

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 ...
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How was this question deleted?

The user was destroyed That automatically deletes all posts with negative downvotes.
Dale M's user avatar
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Can we impose an IP block or otherwise put an end to the constiption nonsense?

Flag and downvote As soon as an IP triggers several spam flags, it gets auto-banned for some time.
Trish's user avatar
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What can be done about the "const *iption" spam?

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 (...
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What can be done about the "const *iption" spam?

Offer them advice The unregistered user re-appeared and asked about them here, give them an answer why they appear spam to you.
Trish's user avatar
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Should I stop answering the const *iption questions?

It's all about Signal-Noise Ratio. High S/N attracts participants, low S/N drives them away. ElitistJerks.com achieved a StackExchange-tier S/N ratio, even though they were a forum format about a ...
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