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Are Mods on all sites aware of and able to handle the mass defacing/deletion attempts by users unhappy with the OpenAI announcement?

I would strongly encourage folks not to spend a lot of time and effort trying to detect this stuff. Flag what is obvious or obnoxious. It is impossible for normal users to vandalize a post such that ...
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Are moderators now allowed to delete ChatGPT-generated posts?

One often finds that ChatGPT posts are... often nonsense, or of very low quality. "100% ChatGPT generated" is difficult. We're allowed to delete for low quality, some degree of ...
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How do I remove my contributions from Stack Exchange, in the event of a license violation?

First, there needs to be a license violation. The use of intellectual property in training AI/ML models is still an open legal question, at least in the United States. Historically, text and data ...
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Are moderators now allowed to delete ChatGPT-generated posts?

Yes, moderators are allowed to take action on AI-generated or assisted posts within certain guidelines. However, the backlog of flags from during the strike was significant, especially on SO, and many ...
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Why is a user's reputation re-calculated when one of their posts is deleted?

To an extent, the reputation system is supposed to be self-regulating. Upvoted posts flow to the top, downvoted ones go to the bottom, and sufficiently negatively scored posts can be deleted by the ...
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Are Mods on all sites aware of and able to handle the mass defacing/deletion attempts by users unhappy with the OpenAI announcement?

To a significant extent, we're going to have to rely on eyeball MK I - on any Stack Exchange site smaller than Stack Overflow, a deletion is still going to bump a post, and defacements are generally ...
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Are moderators now allowed to delete ChatGPT-generated posts?

The new interim policy concerns what the Community Management team will accept for reports and appeals. For details, see (Interim) Policy on AI-content detection reports. Moderators were never ...
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Why is a user's reputation re-calculated when one of their posts is deleted?

The concept behind reputation changes being reversed when a post is deleted is that it's supposed to be as if the post never happened (which means nobody got to vote on it). This is reinforced in a ...
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Why can I not see my approved suggested edits on posts that have been deleted?

This is annoying, but there is a workaround. You just need the link to the suggested edit itself, which can also be found via SEDE. Example: https://stackoverflow.com/review/suggested-edits/32325447 . ...
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