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We can access current privilege policies from However, changes to the policies are not documented there. There has been at least one notable change - the requirement to access review queues was increased from 125 to 500 reputation. How can historical data on privileges be accessed?

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the privileges for review has been transfer from 125 reputation to minimum 500 reputation. This is the first change that I am aware of. Most other "changes" revolve around adding new privileges and not changing existing privileges. – psubsee2003 Jan 31 '14 at 1:29
Closest thing is probably – Robert Harvey Jan 31 '14 at 1:29
up vote 8 down vote accepted

Internet Archive to the rescue!

(Note that "access review queues" wasn't a concrete privilege for a long time, and /review doesn't give much indication when you're not logged in (the Archive-bot isn't) - you'll need to find those elsewhere, e.g. on Meta.)

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