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I was just attacked by an onslaught of downvotes! What do I do?
Is it possible to trace serial down-voting?

Is it possible to see who has serial up/down voted you or is voting completely anonymous?

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marked as duplicate by Josh Caswell, Manishearth, BinaryMisfit, Mark Trapp, Michael Petrotta Jul 22 '12 at 2:25

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No, it's not possible to see who has serial voted on any other user's questions/answers. Actually, this information can only be seen by the actual user (who has done such action) and core moderators.

All the voting information (serial or regular) is hidden for normal users like us.

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@Lucifer... I figured as much. But figured I would ask. Thanks for your help. – Kris Hollenbeck Jul 18 '12 at 5:37
CHAOS (spelled with an S) does not have access to voting data; they're a outreach and promotion team, and have nothing to do with this type of data. – waiwai933 Jul 18 '12 at 6:08
@waiwai933 (CHAOS) being a moderators on all the sites, I am sure they can view all the details. are you sure about your part ? – Lucifer Jul 18 '12 at 6:13
@Lucifer: CHAOS don't have permanent diamonds on all the sites; each member may be given temporary mod powers only for the sites he or she is assigned to. – Josh Caswell Jul 18 '12 at 6:18
@JoshCaswell Ok, Its a new information for me :), Thank you – Lucifer Jul 18 '12 at 6:19

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