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Not everyone does - and a lot of CMs do actually use their handles. More practically, its the same identity many of them use/used as regular users on the network. A lot of staff, after all have a lon …
answered Feb 10 '18 by Journeyman Geek
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covered under the privacy agreement under If a moderator's using information that's available to them for "reprisals" - report them to the community team and they'd take action. That said, this …
answered Mar 16 '18 by Journeyman Geek
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I've actually had situations where I've wondered about this, users asked, and the advice I last saw was this one. It's also worth remembering there's no benefit for any one outside a moderator knowin …
answered Apr 5 '17 by Journeyman Geek
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agree to a moderator agreement as per the privacy policy Security – All records containing personal or financial information are considered to be our property and are afforded confidential … would the data science folks. We don't really talk much to marketing but they're more concerned with SE's job sites (see privacy policy!) and SE enterprise , and once again, aggregate information is more useful than individual information unless something breaks. …
answered Jan 20 '18 by Journeyman Geek
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I suspect it's the latter. Without delving too deep, logins are handled by a different system. Your login is stored as a credential, and from what I can see, I can't actually see the email behind it, …
answered Jun 20 by Journeyman Geek
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I hate to break this to you but... Very little on SE is really deleted. Those deleted posts? Well, you can see for yourselves Those deleted comments? Merely hidden away. The only way to redact some …
answered Apr 11 '18 by Journeyman Geek
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Imgur image host a good idea - not only because of privacy, but if the OP's personal hosting goes down, changes, or he accidentally deletes it, its going to impact the usefulness of the answer. An edit …
answered Feb 10 '16 by Journeyman Geek