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If someone is voting me down or up continuously then what sort of action is taken against him/her?

Or can I vote some every time? I don't think that such a good application like Stack Overflow has kept this point in mind.

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They may be downvoting you for misuse of code blocks. – random Sep 7 '10 at 12:26
No I just wnt to know that if some does this with me then what this application could do I want to know about the rules which are defined in stackoverflow for this king of intentional offence – Wazzzy Sep 7 '10 at 12:28
It's a royal pain for sure, but if you're courting some joker who king hits you constantly there are some behind the scene rules that are checked. Unless you have a fan that doesn't care jack. – random Sep 7 '10 at 12:35
up vote 5 down vote accepted

See Vote Fraud and You on the SO blog, and search for the term vote fraud here on meta.

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Rule #1: You don't complain about downvoting. Rule #2: See Rule #1.

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I looked at your profile on SO and you have asked 5 questions. 2 of them had one up vote each and none of them had a down vote.

You have answered one question. This had on up vote and zero down votes.

Maybe you could clarify what you are talking about?

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