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How do I report questions that violate the terms of the ANSWERHUB?

Hello,

Recently some questions have arisen in this channel, in order to denigrate this channel of communication of developers. Such questions do not help at all and only make trouble. Some examples:

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This kind of thing disrupts the purpose of this channel, how can we report those accounts and questions to be removed by STAFF?

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asked Sep 08 '18 at 01:56 PM in Everything Else

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avatar image ThompsonN13 Sep 08 '18 at 03:11 PM

just report the questions and they will get reviewed. eventually the accounts get removed. though its a bit of a moot point, if you watch the usernames of all the spammers they are different each week. the spam bots just create new accounts all the time so its a losing battle.

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