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Implement ability to block a user by UUID #2457

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ckprice opened this issue Mar 22, 2017 · 1 comment
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Implement ability to block a user by UUID #2457

ckprice opened this issue Mar 22, 2017 · 1 comment

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@ckprice ckprice commented Mar 22, 2017

In the case of repeat infringers, we want the ability to block a user by UUID.

This begs the question if there should be some kind of auto triggered thing happening, but MVP is that we have a UUID that is violating our terms too much (>3 times), and we can make sure that user is not able to upload more content (by flagging manually in the DB or otherwise).

Not a 54 blocker, but should have priority immediately after 54.

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@ianb ianb commented Jan 17, 2018

We haven't needed this in practice, so closing until/unless we find we do need it.

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