@nindokag To be honest, I don't really see this analogy fit especially talking about "bad moderation". What does "bad moderation" mean? Do we have agreed-upon, acceptable standards and rules of what "good moderation" is? Who is entitled to come up with these? We should be able to answer this question *first* before we try to figure out how to technically enforce things. For e-mail and spam, these rules are pretty clear and had quite some years to become clear and agreeable for the most part.
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