Help with Spammers

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Sep 9th, '17, 00:25
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Re: Help with Spammers

by joelbct » Sep 9th, '17, 00:25

Noticing a trend of new accounts appearing, posting generic tea-related copypasta and non sequiturs for a few weeks, often seemingly written by a bot and/or akwardly run through google-translate, before switching to equally non sequitur link-posting for their SEO or marketing efforts, or whatever. Sigh.

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Sep 9th, '17, 10:29
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Re: Help with Spammers

by victoria3 » Sep 9th, '17, 10:29

joelbct wrote: Noticing a trend of new accounts appearing, posting generic tea-related copypasta and non sequiturs for a few weeks, often seemingly written by a bot and/or akwardly run through google-translate, before switching to equally non sequitur link-posting for their SEO or marketing efforts, or whatever. Sigh.
Yes I've noticed this also. Site admin are awal it seems, I haven't had a reply about new photo attachment problems yet.

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Sep 14th, '17, 13:07
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Re: Help with Spammers

by pedant » Sep 14th, '17, 13:07

or new accounts listing 'health benefits' bullet points

imho... tea health posts/threads outside of academic-style discussion (preferably with links to peer reviewed articles) should be considered spam and deleted/banned

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Sep 14th, '17, 14:20
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Re: Help with Spammers

by victoria3 » Sep 14th, '17, 14:20

pedant wrote: or new accounts listing 'health benefits' bullet points

imho... tea health posts/threads outside of academic-style discussion (preferably with links to peer reviewed articles) should be considered spam and deleted/banned
Yes I agree.

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