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De_Baer Aug 11, 2019 9:49 PM
Is this guy serious? He actually knows about the measures that will be taken but he still makes accounts. Is this what you call an unhealthy obsession?
RuvimChevy Aug 11, 2019 9:39 PM
De_Baer, Mal will find the solution to the problem!

I have decided to close this thread permanently.

When I first created it almost 10 years ago, our community was significantly smaller. Death Note had less than 120,000 scored users—now it has 1.2 million. That is a 10x increase.

1. The community has become too large for us to manually delete upvoting/downvoting accounts. And it will only continue to grow from here.
2. In 10 years, the average user has become "smarter" at hiding their tracks. This means it is very rare for us to catch the person creating the problem; all we're doing is deleting accounts at a much slower pace than some dedicated 13yo has free time to make them.

Luna and I were already discussing possible backend changes for combating this problem and removing the influence on the scores with DeNA. From this, I can say two more things:

3. There are possible approaches we can take to combat this problem from a development end (which I will not discuss so that users do not find a way around them).
4. Upvotes and downvotes equal each other out on most popular+high ranked series. When we processed a dataset using our proposed mechanisms, the only scores that were really affected were series 10+ years old with smaller user counts.

I recognize that this decision is likely to anger some users. However, I hope you will really consider this from all perspectives and agree that backend measures to combat this problem are a much more effective long term solution than whack-a-mole. Until then, I asked for your patience—and that you not contribute to the problem.