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cnets battle against "trolls"

cnet will allow people, who speak their minds, post a comment. however, that message will not actually post. it just appears that way to the user.

very clever cnet. but...not really.

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Can you elaborate?

Don't understand what you are saying.
Dafydd.

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Was there more to your question?

Or is this just an observation?

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you must have ghost posted

if you made a post and you feel it is within the rules, just report it so it can be moderated. cnet is not the only forum that does it. most major forums does it these day.

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Could be a victim of the auto spambot.

Dafydd.

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Scam

Can someone give me scam sites/ scam numbers so I can mess with the scammers it's really funny

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