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I thought troll hunting was going to be deleted?

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ItsAllGoingToBeFine Mon 03-Nov-14 17:10:16

And I though saying "reported" on a thread was tantamount to troll hunting.

This thread:www.mumsnet.com/Talk/relationships/2224463-Fathers-sharing-bed-with-daughters

Has loads of troll hunting initially, and none was deleted, despite MNHQ posting on thread confused

Could MNHQ clarify? Is on thread troll-hunting to be left to stand, or should it be reported and removed?

Fairenuff Wed 05-Nov-14 20:52:08

You would have to report the post first OP before mn even know about it. Have you reported any posts on that thread?

ItsAllGoingToBeFine Wed 05-Nov-14 22:13:15

The Op was reported as were troll hunting posts. MNHQ obviously aware as they posted a reminder about troll hunting guidelines on thread. In email to me said they would "let the [troll hunting] posts stand for now"

Behoove Wed 12-Nov-14 10:26:37

I didn't think saying 'reported' was troll hunting?
I've reported a couple over the years and put this on the thread to alert other readers that it's already been reported to save them doing so.

ItsAllGoingToBeFine Wed 12-Nov-14 12:05:50

Of course its troll hunting. Its posting on the thread that you don't think the OP is legit.

Behoove Wed 12-Nov-14 12:19:12

No, it's informing other posters that I suspect things may be not as they seem so am alerting MN to that fact. Not just in regard to Trolling either, sometimes in regard to nastiness or language that is beyond the pale.

It needn't be done nastily, just raising awareness.

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