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8:00 AM
@terdon I thought that only happens if they have less that 15 messages
 
 
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9:08 AM
my room question?
 
9:22 AM
@Zanna Ah yes, you're quite right. If they have more than 15 messages by at least 2 users they'll be frozen. Still, there's no need to delete old rooms.
 
was warned not to remove the question.
 
9:54 AM
@terdon yes I agree
@David you tried to delete your question?
 
i was going to it makes no sense but got a warning so i did not do it
 
I guess it has an answer that has been upvoted or accepted?
 
neither
it has an answer i did not accept
 
10:24 AM
The SE system dislikes removing information. If a question has been answered, there is very rarely a reason to delete it. You never know who might find it useful in future.
 
ok I am not sure me being stupid is usefull lol
 
 
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12:23 PM
@David Ha! If we all deleted our questions every time we thought we were being stupid, we would have a very empty site.
 
true but in this case i was lol
 
 
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4:27 PM
Should a question that is to help someone do something that is clearly dishonest be flagged and removed? What is the official policy?
 
5:24 PM
@David The official policy is that moderators are not qualified to decide if something is illegal, and have no way of knowing if it would even be illegal where the asker happens to live. In practice, this usually means such questions are downvoted and ignored. Hang on, I think there's a meta post about that.
This is probably the best one:
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Q: Moderators are *not* the Software Police! (Read for details!)

Thomas Ward TL;DR because I know there's people who don't want to read all this. If a user is simply referencing that they are having an issue with a piece of software and that it is cracked (like a MInecraft launcher, for instance), but aren't otherwise breaking the Terms of Service or the law, ...

Now, @David, if you're talking about something seriously and unequivocally illegal or immoral (say someone is asking how to hide child porn or something awful like that), then yes do flag. But if someone is asking about cracking a network, we have no way of knowing that they are not doing it for educational purposes.
In fact, we often have people asking about breaking into their own network, and you know it's theirs because they can change settings and try again.
 

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