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don't read below yet :   guess for what marketplace item these keywords are..

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i was just looking for a skybox... got a few pages of those socks, boots and some other very related items, thats when i had a look at the keywords. Nearly all from the same shop.

Flagged some of it and informed the seller. Might be not too happy i guess.

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Alwin Alcott wrote:

Nearly all from the same shop.

Wow! Nearly 900 items in that store! That's the most massive single person keyword spam attack I've ever seen.

It's going to be very interesting to see what LL does about this.

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it would depend on how many items were flagged to know whether an impact had been made.

 

I favour a weighting system. There would be an "investigate this queue" which would be higher in the queue based on the number of residents flagging it.

 

Second, based on the ratio of flagged items to the store owners sum of products, if that goes above a determined threshold, the whole store gets taken offline.

 

it's inconceivable that all 900 would be flagged (same where the same product is listed in twenty colour variations but with keyword spamming) so based on averages, keyword spamming is good for business with little risk at present.

 

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Sassy Romano wrote:

Second, based on the ratio of flagged items to the store owners sum of products, if that goes above a determined threshold, the whole store gets taken offline.


Ummm, do you mean that's how it is or just the obvious: that's how it should have been?

 

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Whether it's obvious now or should have been from the beginning is a moot point.

 

The point is that it's ripe for change and has been for a long time, the current situation is broken and incapable of supporting a growing marketplace with the way that it's (un)managed.

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Pamela Galli wrote:

Ah. Well maybe Dakota will see this and enlighten poor clueless support. 

We can always hope. She may even be able to explain why after almost a week Linden Lab still hasn't acted on Alwin's flaggings.

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the ticket i send in was closed after the first comment to change the search word... ( as said was only "skybox ")

i reopened it because in my opinion that was a little too easy solved.

Now is recommended to send in a abuse report..../me rolls eyes .....

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Alwin Alcott wrote:

Now is recommended to send in a abuse report..../me rolls eyes .....

You better send in an AR then. Just remember to mention in it that it was Linden Lab that told you to do so.

 

Edit: Now here's an interesting thought. Imagine a dozen or more SL'ers flagging those gacha keywords spammers, opening support cases about them (and refusing to close the cases until the issue has been solved) and filing ARs. What would LL do if that happened? We may get an answer fairly soon. I'm not sure if anybody from LL has read this thread yet but they will.

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