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Spam
#31
(26-08-2015, 10:56 AM)AG86 Wrote: Alright cool so any spam that appears you just need to click on the username and then you should get a link in their profile under "Moderator Options" called "Purge Spammer", if you click on that it'll ban the user and prune all their posts.

Jesus Christ. A simple click and 'spammers' are 'purged'.

That's sounds like very easily abusable by power mad Australians.

There should be checks and balances, believe me I'm German and know what I'm talking about. Next thing you know anyone not accepting koalas as more deadly than lions will be purged with the click of a button.
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#32
(26-08-2015, 03:57 PM)Hans_Dampf Wrote:
(26-08-2015, 10:56 AM)AG86 Wrote: Alright cool so any spam that appears you just need to click on the username and then you should get a link in their profile under "Moderator Options" called "Purge Spammer", if you click on that it'll ban the user and prune all their posts.

Jesus Christ. A simple click and 'spammers' are 'purged'.

That's sounds like very easily abusable by power mad Australians.

There should be checks and balances, believe me I'm German and know what I'm talking about. Next thing you know anyone not accepting koalas as more deadly than lions will be purged with the click of a button.

Seems fair and balanced to me???
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#33
(26-08-2015, 03:57 PM)Hans_Dampf Wrote:
(26-08-2015, 10:56 AM)AG86 Wrote: Alright cool so any spam that appears you just need to click on the username and then you should get a link in their profile under "Moderator Options" called "Purge Spammer", if you click on that it'll ban the user and prune all their posts.

Jesus Christ. A simple click and 'spammers' are 'purged'.

That's sounds like very easily abusable by power mad Australians.

There should be checks and balances, believe me I'm German and know what I'm talking about. Next thing you know anyone not accepting koalas as more deadly than lions will be purged with the click of a button.

What's your stance on the koala/lion thing then?
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#34
(26-08-2015, 03:57 PM)Hans_Dampf Wrote:
(26-08-2015, 10:56 AM)AG86 Wrote: Alright cool so any spam that appears you just need to click on the username and then you should get a link in their profile under "Moderator Options" called "Purge Spammer", if you click on that it'll ban the user and prune all their posts.

Jesus Christ. A simple click and 'spammers' are 'purged'.

That's sounds like very easily abusable by power mad Australians.

There should be checks and balances, believe me I'm German and know what I'm talking about. Next thing you know anyone not accepting koalas as more deadly than lions will be purged with the click of a button.

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#35
Whats laughable about these rediculous named spammers is they're always from the same 2 companies, 1 male, 1 female..made up locations in England you've never even heard of. 30
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#36
As much as I love porn that spam was a bit much! Anyone else want to be a 'purger'?
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#37
You could ask Ref. Or States.
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#38
Ref or States, do you want to purge?
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#39
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Like you AG sometimes enough is enough. Spammers like the ones we've seen recently suck. I will help out anyway you need from this hemisphere and perhaps Aussie covers Australian/Asian time zones while you cover Europe. We need to protectthe innocent ones from the evil porn emporiums.
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#40
Ref's officially a purgert Caritas_26

good on ya M8
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