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I gain random traffic that is downvotes because of the number of questions asked in my account. Note that I have not asked all questions myself, since the admins made a mistake 2008-2008 by combining my account to my brother and sister accounts.

In short, I do not want any answer or upvote or downvote to many of my questions caused by confusion.

One other way is to make the names of downvoters and upvoters public such that I can start to flag those users if necessary.

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The last part of your question has been asked and rejected over and over again. Voting is anonymous. It always has been anonymous, it always will be anonymous. Comments are encouraged but not required when you downvote. –  Anthony Pegram Nov 4 '11 at 18:41
    
Well... not always.... –  Pops Nov 4 '11 at 18:44
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"Mostly always." -Miracle Max –  Anthony Pegram Nov 4 '11 at 18:45
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It sounds like the problem isn't that people are anonymously downvoting, but that you claim your account is associated with questions/answers which aren't your own. You may want to elaborate on that part instead. –  David Nov 4 '11 at 18:54
    
@David It is really annoying that Jeff and other boys can make such mistakes. There is a lot that a lot of questions in my account not asked by me. It would take me hours to go them through. –  anon Nov 4 '11 at 23:50
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up vote 6 down vote accepted

If some accounts were incorrectly merged, then it was probably a result of noticeable cross-voting hinting that they were, in fact, a single user trying to "game" the system. But: if a very small number of questions from this are causing you big problems then as a gesture of goodwill, let me know which and I will disassociate them from your account. To be clear - I really mean "I can count them without taking my socks off" here...

Just please stop editing them all!

Re the actual question(s) here:

Why user cannot freeze all upcoming answers and comments to his old questions?

because in general, that is part of an important feedback loop, that is intended to help you understand the question, etc.

One other way is to make the names of downvoters and upvoters public such that I can start to flag those users if necessary.

That is not going to happen. If they downvote a poorly written question, then... don't write poorly written questions! Downvotes don't actually sting very much.

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Please, tell me how to contact you in private. I do not want distract many people by such requests. –  Masi Nov 4 '11 at 23:37
    
Lol, you are probably in some irssi -channel, but which server, freenode? –  Masi Nov 4 '11 at 23:37
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I am not on any irssi. I'm available here, or my email is in my profile. –  Marc Gravell Nov 4 '11 at 23:41
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