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My account has been temporarily suspended, besides the following restrictions:

  • an account will be locked at 1 reputation
  • the user page will have a visual indication that the account is in timed suspension, and for how long
  • the account holder will be unable to vote, ask, answer or comment

What else does timed suspension prevent me doing? For example, can I still edit my own posts or delete content?

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When an account is suspended

  • The account will be locked at 1 reputation.

  • The user page will have a visual indication that the account is in timed suspension. It will also include a brief explanation of why the account was suspended, and for how long.

  • The account holder will be unable to ask, answer, comment, vote, accept an answer, or award a bounty.

  • Migrations from other sites are prohibited and will be blocked.

During the suspension

  • Badges can still be earned and awarded.

At the end of the suspension period

  • Earned rep is re-instated. This may be different from the rep value at the start of the suspension because your posts may have been upvoted, downvoted or deleted during the suspension period, and some of your votes may have been invalidated.

  • A record of the suspension and reason is recorded that can only be viewed by ♦ moderators.

Other considerations

  • The temporary suspension is not related to the quality filter, these operate separately. When the temporary suspension has been lifted you might still be prevented from asking or answering questions by this feature.
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