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19th May '17 10:47:27 PM nombretomado
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* Your {{Twitter}} or Facebook consisted solely of [[{{Flog}} what appeared]] [[{{Spammer}} to be advertisements]], you regularly post things the person you added doesn't [[ShockSite want]] [[TooMuchInformation to]] [[AttentionWhore see]], or you [[LoonyFan appear to be]] or [[GossipEvolution have been rumored to be]] a stalker or other threat.

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* Your {{Twitter}} Website/{{Twitter}} or Facebook consisted solely of [[{{Flog}} what appeared]] [[{{Spammer}} to be advertisements]], you regularly post things the person you added doesn't [[ShockSite want]] [[TooMuchInformation to]] [[AttentionWhore see]], or you [[LoonyFan appear to be]] or [[GossipEvolution have been rumored to be]] a stalker or other threat.
14th Dec '16 11:05:56 AM MarsJenkar
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* You fell afoul of a GameBreakingBug or a lack of DevelopersForesight.[[labelnote:Example]]In the ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros'' series, using Peach's Down+B special has a small chance of producing an item as part of the move's mechanic. When used in an in an online no-items match in the 3DS version, getting an item in this way would trigger the game's anti-cheat coding, banning the player from further online matches despite the player having done nothing technically wrong. Naturally, when Nintendo learned of this, they issued a hotfix.[[/labelnote]]

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* You fell afoul were issued an automatic ban that was the result of a GameBreakingBug or a lack of DevelopersForesight.[[labelnote:Example]]In the ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros'' series, using Peach's Down+B special has a small chance of producing an item as part of the move's mechanic. When used in an in an online no-items match in the 3DS version, getting an item in this way would trigger the game's anti-cheat coding, banning the player from further online matches despite the player having done nothing technically wrong. Naturally, when Nintendo learned of this, they issued a hotfix.[[/labelnote]]
14th Dec '16 8:25:57 AM MarsJenkar
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* An entirely innocent action triggered an automatic ban due to a GameBreakingBug or a lack of DevelopersForesight.[[labelnote:Example]]In the ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros'' series, using Peach's Down+B special has a small chance of producing an item as part of the move's mechanic. When used in an in an online no-items match in the 3DS version, getting an item in this way would trigger the game's anti-cheat coding, banning the player from further online matches despite the player having done nothing technically wrong. Naturally, when Nintendo learned of this, they issued a hotfix.[[/labelnote]]

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* An entirely innocent action triggered an automatic ban due to You fell afoul of a GameBreakingBug or a lack of DevelopersForesight.[[labelnote:Example]]In the ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros'' series, using Peach's Down+B special has a small chance of producing an item as part of the move's mechanic. When used in an in an online no-items match in the 3DS version, getting an item in this way would trigger the game's anti-cheat coding, banning the player from further online matches despite the player having done nothing technically wrong. Naturally, when Nintendo learned of this, they issued a hotfix.[[/labelnote]]
14th Dec '16 8:24:28 AM MarsJenkar
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* An entirely innocent action triggered an automatic ban in specific circumstances due to a lack of DevelopersForesight.[[labelnote:Example]]Early on with the 3DS version of ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros'', using Peach's Down+B special in an online no-items match had a small chance of producing an item (as part of the move's mechanic), but this would trigger the game's anti-cheat coding, banning the player from further online matches. Naturally, when Nintendo learned of this, they issued a hotfix.[[/labelnote]]

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* An entirely innocent action triggered an automatic ban in specific circumstances due to a GameBreakingBug or a lack of DevelopersForesight.[[labelnote:Example]]Early on with [[labelnote:Example]]In the 3DS version of ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros'', ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros'' series, using Peach's Down+B special in an online no-items match had has a small chance of producing an item (as as part of the move's mechanic), but mechanic. When used in an in an online no-items match in the 3DS version, getting an item in this way would trigger the game's anti-cheat coding, banning the player from further online matches.matches despite the player having done nothing technically wrong. Naturally, when Nintendo learned of this, they issued a hotfix.[[/labelnote]]
14th Dec '16 8:19:39 AM MarsJenkar
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* An entirely innocent action triggered an automatic ban in specific circumstances due to a lack of DevelopersForesight.[[labelnote:Example]]Early on with the 3DS version of ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros'', using Peach's Down+B special in a no-items match had a small chance of producing an item (as part of the move's mechanic), but this would trigger the game's anti-cheat coding, banning the player from further online matches. Naturally, when Nintendo learned of this, they issued a hotfix.[[/labelnote]]

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* An entirely innocent action triggered an automatic ban in specific circumstances due to a lack of DevelopersForesight.[[labelnote:Example]]Early on with the 3DS version of ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros'', using Peach's Down+B special in a an online no-items match had a small chance of producing an item (as part of the move's mechanic), but this would trigger the game's anti-cheat coding, banning the player from further online matches. Naturally, when Nintendo learned of this, they issued a hotfix.[[/labelnote]]
14th Dec '16 8:18:07 AM MarsJenkar
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* An entirely innocent action triggered an automatic ban in specific circumstances due to a lack of DevelopersForesight.

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* An entirely innocent action triggered an automatic ban in specific circumstances due to a lack of DevelopersForesight.[[labelnote:Example]]Early on with the 3DS version of ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros'', using Peach's Down+B special in a no-items match had a small chance of producing an item (as part of the move's mechanic), but this would trigger the game's anti-cheat coding, banning the player from further online matches. Naturally, when Nintendo learned of this, they issued a hotfix.[[/labelnote]]
14th Dec '16 8:14:25 AM MarsJenkar
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* An entirely innocent action triggered an automatic ban in specific circumstances due to a lack of DevelopersForesight.
23rd Feb '16 5:07:02 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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* You edited a page that's been under EditWar conditions in such a way that looks like you're part of the edit war (this one can even happen to experienced editors).

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* You edited a page that's been under EditWar Administrivia/EditWar conditions in such a way that looks like you're part of the edit war (this one can even happen to experienced editors).



The justification for mistakenly banning people, on the part of site admins, is that it's far easier to keep out some online users than to deal with them [[{{Troll}} once they've]] [[GarbagePostKid made a]] [[{{Spammer}} mess]]. Related to AstroTurf, EditWar, FandomBerserkButton, FanDumb, FanHater, FlameWar, GarbagePostKid, HateDumb, InternetBackdraft, {{Spammer}}, {{Troll}}, and WikiVandal for the actions that can lead to people actually uninvolved in them being Mistakenly Banned. TheGadfly is someone who is mistaken for {{Troll}} and may be subject to this.

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The justification for mistakenly banning people, on the part of site admins, is that it's far easier to keep out some online users than to deal with them [[{{Troll}} once they've]] [[GarbagePostKid made a]] [[{{Spammer}} mess]]. Related to AstroTurf, EditWar, Administrivia/EditWar, FandomBerserkButton, FanDumb, FanHater, FlameWar, GarbagePostKid, HateDumb, InternetBackdraft, {{Spammer}}, {{Troll}}, and WikiVandal for the actions that can lead to people actually uninvolved in them being Mistakenly Banned. TheGadfly is someone who is mistaken for {{Troll}} and may be subject to this.
15th Jan '16 8:11:44 PM Josef5678
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* On Wiki/ThisVeryWiki, your computer is running Net Nanny type software and accidentally made you a BluenoseBowdlerizer, you blank a page (or cut out a large portion of it) rather than direct it to the Administrivia/TropeRepairShop or CutList, or your writing skills are of such low quality that your edits literally cannot be understood or look like txt spk.

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* On Wiki/ThisVeryWiki, ThisVeryWiki, your computer is running Net Nanny type software and accidentally made you a BluenoseBowdlerizer, you blank a page (or cut out a large portion of it) rather than direct it to the Administrivia/TropeRepairShop or CutList, or your writing skills are of such low quality that your edits literally cannot be understood or look like txt spk.
15th Jan '16 12:30:11 PM Josef5678
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* On ThisVeryWiki, your computer is running Net Nanny type software and accidentally made you a BluenoseBowdlerizer, you blank a page (or cut out a large portion of it) rather than direct it to the Administrivia/TropeRepairShop or CutList, or your writing skills are of such low quality that your edits literally cannot be understood or look like txt spk.

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* On ThisVeryWiki, Wiki/ThisVeryWiki, your computer is running Net Nanny type software and accidentally made you a BluenoseBowdlerizer, you blank a page (or cut out a large portion of it) rather than direct it to the Administrivia/TropeRepairShop or CutList, or your writing skills are of such low quality that your edits literally cannot be understood or look like txt spk.
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