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How should troll questions be handled?

I would recommend doing all of the following: Downvote the question. (That's what the downvote is for, and it doesn't cost rep to downvote questions.) Vote to close >> "Community Specific&...
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Should comments advising people to commit crimes be flagged?

Yes, please flag. Comments are temporary notes designed to improve the Q&A. That is, they should help either the author or the answerers with their posts or, say, link to another relevant question....
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Do the recent and upcoming policy changes and subsequent moderators' strike affect how LawSE moderates AI content?

GPT answers are still not allowed on Law.SE. It is still appropriate to note this policy in a comment and to flag them for moderator attention. We will do our best to enforce this policy. However, ...
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How should we handle ChatGPT answers?

Use the ”In need of moderator intervention” flag with AI or ChatGPT in the reason
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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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Answers that read like advertisments for personal grudges

It is Stack Exchange policy that we Be Nice - as per this Meta question and answer I would expect that such answers be edited to remove any non-compliant, non-essential content of this kind, ...
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How should troll questions be handled?

I just want to add a few micro points. I agree with the premise that it is an insincere troll question and should be blasted out of the sky. I agree with downvoting. I disagree with the specific ...
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Current flagging policy

We literally slave for minutes a week over the community's flags Monday is the worst! Today I had to deal with 6 (6!) flags on 3 (3!) comments! And this question. Joking aside, we are a very small ...
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What to do about answers that advocate breaking the law

Flagging is not the correct solution, instead, downvoting might be. With enough down-votes and delete-votes, you can get the desired effect of obliterating the offending answer, through democratic ...
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Is the LawSE response to suspected AI generated posts still in force?

Yes, it’s still in force but posts are not deleted for being suspected AI “Evidence” from AI detectors is not an acceptable reason for flagging posts. They are too inaccurate to be reliable. You might ...
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