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Since account suspensions aren't a Role-playing-Games-Stack-Exchange exclusive feature the answer can be found on this Meta Stack Exchange question, along with a full explanation of what a suspension means. To quote the relevant section to answer this question: At the end of the suspension period The effects of a suspension are reversed by an hourly ...


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There isn’t, for both better and worse. Mods have some ways to investigate whether two accounts are controlled by the same person, and Community Managers have more, but for good reasons none of the sensitive data involved is available to the community at large. Unfortunately, that does make it hard to notice some of the rare bad actors abusing our easy ...


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The General Answer To Your Question To give feedback on mod behavior, you would cite specifics in a meta question or an answer to a meta question about mod behavior, citing the behavior and why you think it's against the rules or otherwise undesirable. Not threadcrapping in a meta about something else, not on the mainsite in comments, not in comments on a ...


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