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I down-voted a question based on the poster having asked the same question about 45 minutes prior. Following this, someone commented something about my downvote, but when I tried to view it, I could not because by then the poster had removed the dupe. All I can see are the first few characters in my 'inbox'. Is there a way to view historical activity?

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Not unless you are a 10K moderator.

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10K users can see deleted questions, including the comments made to a deleted question. But they cannot see deleted comments: only moderators can do that. – Cody Gray Jul 10 '11 at 7:45

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