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For all intents and purposes, this does define what a troll is and does. I guess more what I am saying is that we don't want to label someone on this forum as a troll or call them a troll or ask them not to troll because of the damage it can do to their reputation here. Please do not use the word lightly, it is a very powerful name to call someone that can cause serious backlash.
Originally Posted by wikipedia
Trolls can be costly in several ways. A troll can disrupt the discussion on a group, disseminate bad advice, and damage the feeling of trust in the group community. Furthermore, in a group that has become sensitized to trolling — where the rate of deception is high — many honestly naïve questions may be quickly rejected as trollings. This can be quite off-putting to the new user who upon venturing a first posting is immediately bombarded with angry accusations. Even if the accusation is unfounded, being branded a troll is quite damaging to one's online reputation.
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