In the new CoC, there's an Inauthentic Usage policy that prohibits "Plagiarizing or copying content from websites, books, or other online and offline tools without proper attribution in a manner that violates our referencing standards."
One way to interpret that is that uncited LLM usage is a violation of that, as it would not comply with the referencing standards and likely falls under "online and offline tools".
If that interpretation is accurate, anyone posting uncited LLM output (including in election questionnaires, Discussions, etc.) would be in violation of the CoC. Further, it would mean that (a) sites could not allow uncited LLM usage* and (b) that moderators are required to do something about uncited LLM-generated content, as per the Moderator Agreement, mods will enforce the CoC to the best of their abilities.
Is this interpretation of the Inauthentic Usage policy in the CoC correct, and if it is not correct, how should that be interpreted in regards to uncited LLM-generated content?
*Individual sites must follow the CoC, they can't make policies overriding it.