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Moderators have the right to suspend users who are behaving in a way that is disruptive to the communitydisruptive to the community at large. This includes, but is not limited to, "voting irregularities".

Moderators can't see what posts you voted for (only developers can), but I think this stream of downvotes would be noticed quickly by regulars on the site, who can then raise the topic on the site's own Meta. (Daily)Note that vote totals are public, by the way and stored in SEDE; even without ♦ powers it'd take me at most a week to find out who is doing this.

In a very excessive casecases like thisthese, the moderators could ask CMs to invalidate the votes from this account, but whether. Whether that would be honored is another question.

Moderators have the right to suspend users who are behaving in a way that is disruptive to the community at large. This includes but is not limited to "voting irregularities".

Moderators can't see what posts you voted for, but I think this would be noticed quickly by regulars on the site who can then raise the topic on Meta. (Daily) vote totals are public, by the way.

In a very excessive case like this, the moderators could ask CMs to invalidate the votes from this account, but whether that would be honored is another question.

Moderators have the right to suspend users who are behaving in a way that is disruptive to the community at large. This includes, but is not limited to, "voting irregularities".

Moderators can't see what posts you voted for (only developers can), but I think this stream of downvotes would be noticed quickly by regulars on the site, who can then raise the topic on the site's own Meta. Note that vote totals are public and stored in SEDE; even without ♦ powers it'd take me at most a week to find out who is doing this.

In very excessive cases like these, the moderators could ask CMs to invalidate the votes from this account. Whether that would be honored is another question.

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Moderators have the right to suspend users who are behaving in a way that is disruptive to the community at large. This includes but is not limited to "voting irregularities".

Moderators can't see what posts you voted for, but I think this would be noticed quickly by regulars on the site who can then raise the topic on Meta. (Daily) vote totals are public, by the way.

In a very excessive case like this, the moderators could ask CMs to invalidate the votes from this account, but whether that would be honored is another question.