Re: "Reported violation"

Date: 2017-11-13 06:58 pm (UTC)
From: [personal profile] mjg59
To the best of my knowledge it's not policy for the outcome of reports to be made public - in this case I genuinely don't know what the outcome was, but I know that there was independent corroboration. I also don't really want to go into the specific details because it would potentially identify the individual who was threatened, and I don't know that they want that to be public.

I'm afraid I don't control the platform, but if you have an OpenID provider you can use that as a stronger statement of identity.
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