|Nov 15, 2013, 04:39 PM||#1|
How do I contribute to MacRumors.com?
MacRumors.com and the associated pages (Forums, etc.) are free for everyone to use.
However, users who enjoy using the site and want to support the site may contribute ($25/year). To contribute, click Paid Subscriptions in your User Control Panel (User CP in the toolbar). We accept Paypal.
In thanks for your $25/year contribution we offer you the following benefits:
How else can I support MacRumors.com?
How do I submit a news story or a rumor?
If you know of a news item or rumor that is suitable for the MacRumors Front Page or Mac Blog or iOS Blog, and it hasn't already appeared on those pages, you can submit it by clicking Got a tip for us? Share it... at the top of one of those pages. Not every story is chosen for publication.
The MacRumors editors are always on the lookout for newsworthy stories, and submissions help us recognize news quickly. When it is clear that a particular forum member first led us to a story, credit is given at the bottom of the story. If you have submitted a story that subsequently appears on the Front Page, Mac Blog, or iOS Blog you may not have been the first to submit it and our editors may have been writing up the story before you submitted or posted it.
Where are the RSS feeds?
Is MacRumors on Twitter and Facebook?
Are there different ways to view the site?
Using the links at the bottom left of any news or blog page you can choose among the
I'm not interested in certain types of news stories
Practically everyone has an interest in some news and rumors. Only a small minority have an interest in them all.
The editors provide a selection of news stories and rumors, of many types. Which to read is always your choice. The division of stories into Front Page, Mac Blog, and iOS Blog tabs allows you to limit your viewing to only the most important news and rumors, if you so choose.
The Front Page is for the news and rumors that the editors think will have the most widespread interest. Stories of less importance or interest or that have fewer supporting details are posted on one of the blog tabs.
Why does a "Mac rumors" site have so many stories about iPhones and iPads?
Applerumors.com is an alias of this site, and more correctly describes the purpose of the site, to provide up-to-date news and rumors about Apple Inc. and its products.
MacRumors was established before Apple expanded its business from computers to the digital music, mobile phone, and tablet markets and added products and services as varied as Apple TV, the iTunes Store, and iCloud.
The site is still called MacRumors because the name is so well-known and "market branded" with millions of visitors every month.
Our news and rumors will continue to reflect Apple's business, wherever that takes us. We also cover stories of widespread interest to our regular readers, such as news and speculation about major software developers and third-party product and service vendors closely associated with Apple or competing with Apple.
Are news stories really advertising in disguise?
MacRumors does not post undisclosed paid stories. Promotional arrangements are always identified.
Routine stories about Mac apps, iOS apps, or commercial products, sites, or services are posted when the editors think they will be of sufficient interest. They are not posted for advertising purposes.
Most routine product reports are on the blog sites. You can choose whether to follow all stories or just those on the Front Page by clicking the tabs of interest or by using the appropriate RSS feed or Twitter feed.
What do I do about annoying ads?
MacRumors uses an advertising service that supplies ads from a pool. We do not select the specific ads shown or the specific advertisers who participate.
If you find a particular ad especially annoying (e.g., an ad that is oversized, obscures the page, moves around, or has sound), let us know by posting a screenshot in our Site and Forum Feedback forum and telling us the URL it links to. Using this information we can ask to have it removed from the ad pool.
If you find all ads annoying, remember that ads support the site and allow us to provide free news, rumors, and discussion, and that ads are suppressed for paid members. See "How do I contribute to MacRumors.com?" above.
Why does MacRumors still use Flash on its website?
The content we produce is Flash-free.
When our news stories link to videos hosted elsewhere, they may use Flash. We use Flash-free versions when available but we do not own the rights to content so we are not authorized to republish it in an iPad/iPhone-friendly format.
The use of Flash content in ads is up to each advertiser. If it will benefit them to stop using Flash, we presume they eventually will.
Why are some Apple products missing from the Buyer's Guide?
Advice in the Buyer's Guide about the timing of purchases is based on the history of intervals between previous releases or upgrades. First-generation Apple products do not have such a history so we cannot make purchase timing recommendations on that basis. Once products start having regular updates we can add them to the Buyer's Guide. For this reason, the Apple TV product line was not included in the Buyer's Guide until 2013, long after the first generation Apple TV was introduced.
Who are the MacRumors staff?
Arnold Kim (user arn) is site owner and Editorial Director. Eric Slivka (user WildCowboy) is Editor in Chief. Editors and contributing writers include Juli Clover, James Cull, Jordan Golson, Richard Padilla, Marianne Schultz, and Husain Sumra.
Users annk, Doctor Q, HexMonkey, Knox, r6girl, and WildCowboy assist arn as administrators, managing the site and forums and overseeing moderation. User theyeoman manages the support system.
The forums are moderated by a team of selected volunteer Forum Moderators.
Editor in Chief, MacRumors
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|Nov 16, 2013, 12:10 AM||#2|
MacRumors Forums FAQ (Part 1)
How do I register?
MacRumors registration is free to those age 13 and over. The rule is one person, one account. Registration allows you to participate in the MacRumors forums and our associated sites. You must agree to the Registration Agreement and observe all Forum Rules.
These steps will solve account activation problems.
How do I post?
To start a new thread or post a reply in an existing thread you must first be logged into the forums. To log in, enter your user name and password at the top right of any forum page.
You cannot post from the main forum page. You must be in a particular forum to start a thread and in a particular thread to post a reply.
How do I start a new thread?
To start a new thread:
To post a reply in a forum thread:
In order to post in the forums you need to have a registered user account, have activated your account by clicking on the activation link in your email, and be logged in.
To start a new thread you must be on a particular forum page, not the main forum page. To reply to a thread, you must be viewing that thread.
If you are certain that all of these conditions are true, there are a few other considerations.
Regular users cannot post new threads in the News and Article Discussion forums:
The following forums have a minimum post count requirement:
Where is the Marketplace forum?
You will not see the Marketplace forum until you qualify to use it. See the previous paragraph.
Once you qualify, it will appear in the Mac Community section.
How do I edit or delete my post?
To edit a post you have already made:
You cannot delete your own posts, but you are welcome to use the Report Post icon () to request that the moderators remove a post you have made. They will do so in most cases, as long as it won't interfere with a discussion by other members.
How do I find my own posts?
To find your own posts, click on your user name next to a post and select Find More Posts by (yourname).
You can also find your posts by clicking either Find all posts by (yourname) or Find all threads started by (yourname) in your User Profile. To go to your User Profile, click on your user name and select View Public Profile, or click Quick Links in the toolbar and select My Profile.
You can create a bookmark to find the threads in which you have posted as follows.
To see replies that quote your post, look on your Quote Notifications page.
To follow the discussion in a particular thread, which will include replies that quote you, replies to you that don't quote you, and replies to other users, subscribe to that thread. See How do I use thread subscriptions? below. You can ask for email notifications of new posts in subscribed threads or you can go to the main page of your User Control Panel to see a list of your subscribed threads in which there have been new posts.
You can also identify threads you have subscribed to by a checkmark in the New Posts display or the Forum Spy.
I think that my post count is wrong
If you posted to a thread that was moved to the Wasteland or deleted, those posts will be removed from your total. Individual posts deleted by moderators are also excluded from your post count.
Posts made to the Politics, Religion, Social Issues forum, the Console Games forum, the Code Sharing and Software Promos forum, and the Marketplace forum are not counted.
If your post count reaches a total that entitles you to a new forum privilege, such as uploading and avatar or using the Marketplace forum, the new privilege may not take effect immediately. It will work by the following day at the latest.
Editor in Chief, MacRumors
|Nov 16, 2013, 12:29 AM||#3|
MacRumors Forums FAQ (Part 2)
How do I get help with a hardware or software problem?
Getting and giving help with hardware or software problems is one of the purposes of our forums. When you have a technical problem the following tips can help you get advice or find a solution:
You can mark a thread as "Resolved" only if you started the thread. To do so:
How do I use thread and forum subscriptions?
Thread subscriptions are used to track new posts in threads of interest. You can identify them using your User Control Panel, with email notifications, in the New Posts display, and/or in the Forum Spy. Forum subscriptions let you track new and updated threads in particular forums. Both can be used to notify you of new activity by email or to show you a record of recent activity when you ask for it.
Thread and forum subscriptions are viewed and controlled using the
How do I send email or Private Messages to other forum members?
You can communicate with other forum members publicly by posting in the forums. You may also be able to send private communications to other forum members. MacRumors supports both Private Messages and email initiated within the forum system.
Private Messages (PMs) are like email but stored within the forum system and addressed by User Name. They do not reveal any personal information beyond your User Name. In contrast, if you send email to another member via the forum system, your email address (which MacRumors would otherwise never release to anyone else) will be revealed to the recipient of your message. You will learn their email address only if they choose to reply to you by email.
The Private Message is not available to the newest forum members. See Why can't I send a Private Message? below.
When you receive a Private Message, it will be noted under the Welcome message at the top right of a forum page. When you send a Private Message, you have no guarantee that the other member will notice your message. Each member can choose, in their User Options, whether to be notified when a Private Message is sent to them. The options are named Receive Email Notification of New Private Messages and Show New Private Message Notification Pop-up and we recommend that you enable them.
You can send or view messages on your Private Messages page. You can send or receive an unlimited number of Private Messages, although you can store a maximum of 500 at one time. You can delete or save your stored Private Messages using choices at the bottom right of the Private Messages page. Email initiated at MacRumors is not stored.
Private Messages and email sent via the forum system must obey all forum rules, including those against advertising and against sending unsolicited unwanted messages.
Why can't I send a Private Message?
You may not be eligible to use this feature yet.
Before you can send a Private Message or email to another forum member, these conditions must apply:
How do user titles work?
User titles are based on post counts:
How do I set my avatar?
Avatars are small images that display alongside a user's name. This is a feature that is reserved for established users on the MacRumors Forums. We require a 500 post minimum (user title 6502a or higher) before you are given the opportunity to upload your own custom avatar. A few users were given avatar privileges before this milestone because they won a forum contest.
Once you reach 500 posts you may not immediately be able to upload an avatar. The privilege is added automatically when the forum system does routine processing, so check again in a few hours. The delay is normal so please do not contact us to report it as a problem on the same day that you reach 500 posts.
I forgot my forum user name or password
If you know the email address you registered with and can still receive email at that address, go to the Lost Password Recovery Form and fill in that email address. You will be sent your user name and instructions for resetting your password. If you are sure of your email address but get "The email address you entered is not in our database" it means there is no MacRumors account with that email address. Either you used a different email address for your MacRumors account or you have us confused with another Mac-related forum site.
After you reset your password, you can use the Edit Email & Password page to change your password to one you can remember. You can change your account's email address there as well.
If you have forgotten your password and either forgotten your registration email address or can no longer receive email at that email address, contact us for assistance. Tell us your forum user name, current email address, and any other information you remember about your MacRumors account so we can look up your account.
See Forum tip: keep your email address up to date
Can I change my user name?
The forum software does not let you change your user name.
If you mistyped your user name while registering, typed a user name longer than 15 characters that was then truncated, or mistakenly tried to put your email address in the user name field, promptly ask for it to be corrected using the Contact form.
If you are simply tired of your user name, consider the following problems that can result if your user name is changed:
We have found that this policy strikes the right balance between members with user name concerns and the forum community as a whole.
We prohibit user name changes made for the purpose of "hiding" from previously made posts, covering up a bad reputation, or to trick other users. You may not change user names by re-registering since re-registration violates forum rules.
The quality of your posts defines you more than your user name, but once you've established a presence in the forums people tend to recognize you by your user name and your avatar if you have one. It benefits the community for you to keep your user name, which is why we discourage user name changes. If you are itching for a change and have an avatar, we suggest that you upload a new avatar!
How do I cancel my account?
For additional privacy, you are welcome to remove the information in your User Profile (Instant Messaging names, Location, etc.) since this information is visible to the public for both active and inactive MacRumors accounts.
If you have subscribed to any forums or threads, have asked for email notifications, and are no longer interested in receiving those messages, delete the subscriptions on your List Subscriptions page.
If there are exceptional circumstances, such as an employment contract, that require that your account be canceled to prevent you from logging in, use the Contact Form to let us know. We'll probably direct you to this FAQ section unless you tell us you've already read it!
Canceling an account does not remove previously made posts from the forums, nor quotes of those posts by other members. If you are concerned about information in one of your previous posts (e.g., it contains too much personal information), you can edit the post yourself or report it to the moderators and ask that it be deleted. We strongly discourage you from editing or deleting large numbers of previous posts, since that may leave thread discussions "broken" or confusing to those who read them in the future.
Forum rules and moderation
What are the rules?
All forum users are responsible for observing the following rules:
The MacRumors forums are moderated by a team of carefully selected volunteer Forum Moderators. In addition to helping us manage the site, they edit, move, merge, or remove threads or posts that do not comply with the Forum Rules, remind users about the rules, and apply forum discipline where necessary.
This is a busy bulletin board exceeding 10000 forum posts per day. The moderators cannot read them all so they rely on members to report problem posts that they encounter. The point of moderation is not to limit discussion, promote or suppress points of view, or any other secret agenda. The goal of moderation is to keep the forums enjoyable and free from problems that detract from the experiences of our users.
Editor in Chief, MacRumors
|Nov 16, 2013, 09:59 AM||#4|
MacRumors Forum Tips and Tricks
Avoiding session timeout
When you log in, checking the Remember Me? checkbox will prevent your session from being timed out after 15 minutes of inactivity. If you are on a shared or public computer, either leave the checkbox unchecked or be sure to log out of MacRumors before anyone else uses the computer.
Finding the posts you want
The New Posts link at the top of each forum page shows you the latest new threads and posts. By bookmarking the appropriate URL, you can exclude particular forums from the New Posts display. Forum Spy constantly updates, showing you all the new posts as they are added. You can configure it to exclude certain forums by using the Preferences option at the top of the forum spy page.
The 'Vote Now' bug
If you edit a post and the button labels are wrong, it's a Safari bug that Apple knows about but has yet to fix. The bug applies to some versions of Chrome as well. Most commonly, there will be a Vote Now button where the Save button should be, and other buttons may be out of place too. If you encounter this bug, either reload the page or click the middle of the three buttons, no matter what label it has. That's the Go Advanced button and it will take you to the full edit screen where the buttons will be correct.
The 'Missing Security Token' bug
If you get a message about a missing security token when you are trying to search or post, it's because the forum system is confused about your login status. This occurs when you have two windows or tabs open at MacRumors with only one of them logged in. To fix it, reload the pages.
The 'Breadcrumb' bug
If you keep going back to the main forum page when you click on the forum path above the thread title (e.g., Mac Forums > Mac Community > Site and Forum Feedback), the problem is a Safari extension or a Firefox plug-in. Disable your extensions or plug-ins and re-enable them selectively.
General information about the vBulletin forum software (not necessarily reflecting the way MacRumors has customized it):
Editor in Chief, MacRumors
|Nov 18, 2013, 03:58 PM||#5|
Moderation FAQ: Moderation and Post Reports
The MacRumors forums are moderated by a team of carefully selected volunteer Forum Moderators. They
What should I do if I see a post that breaks the forum rules?
Please report the post to the moderators so they can take care of the problem.
Don't complain about the post in the forums and don't quote the post since it will just call attention to an inappropriate post and your post won't make sense if the moderators remove the offending post. Be sure not to make an angry post that breaks the rules yourself.
If you are unsure whether a post breaks the rules, report it anyway; the moderators will check if it does or not.
If you have a concern about a forum problem and want a reply, use the Contact form, not a post report.
How do I report a post?
To report a post, click the Report Post icon to the left of the offending post. You will be given a form to describe the problem.
You can also report your own post when you need help from the moderators, for example to ask the moderators to delete a post when you change your mind, remove a duplicate post you made by mistake, or move a thread you posted in the wrong forum.
Tips for reporting posts:
What happens when I report a post?
The post report form will be sent to whichever moderators are on duty at the time. They will evaluate the reported post to see if it breaks forum rules. If not, they'll take no other action. If the post breaks rules, they'll usually edit or remove the post. Depending on the situation they'll remind the user about the rule, issue a warning, or apply discipline (a time-out or ban).
Every report is reviewed but you will not receive a reply to a Post Report. If you require a reply, use the Contact form instead.
Can I report Private Messages and Visitor Messages?
Yes. Private Messages and Visitor Messages are subject to the forum rules. Reporting them is similar to reporting posts. The reports are handled the same way by the moderators.
If you receive a Private Message that breaks forum rules (e.g., ads or insults), click the Report Private Message icon in the top right of the message and explain the reason you are reporting it.
To report a Visitor Message on your User Profile, click the Report link under the message and explain the reason you are reporting it.
Everyone can read Visitor Messages but the moderators cannot read your Private Messages. Therefore, when you report a Private Message a copy of the message will be forwarded to the moderators along with your description of the problem.
How do I know if my post reports are helpful?
In almost all cases, your post reports are exactly what the moderators need to do their jobs. Whether post reports are about serious or trivial problems, we appreciate your help in keeping the site running smoothly.
If now and then you submit a post report that the moderators decide doesn't require action, which can happen in borderline cases or where you don't understand the nuances of forum rules and site policies, there's little harm done. If you make a habit of reporting posts that don't need to be reported, the moderators will probably let you know and explain the rule involved, to save you and themselves future time and trouble.
Why do users get reminders, warnings, or time-outs?
Most users follow the forum rules but sometimes users need to be reminded. The moderators routinely remind users of the rules, whether the rules involved are major or minor. If you're alerted about the rules, please understand that it's to help you use the forums properly, avoid causing problems for other users, and to help all users get the most out of the forums.
Reminder and warning messages and personal Private Messages about the rules are not punishment. They help you avoid future problems that could otherwise lead to discipline. Even time-outs are a way to give you another chance, with a strong enough warning to encourage you to follow the rules and avoid a permanent ban.
The rules and moderation guidelines are applied equally to all forum members but messages and disciplinary actions depend on the rule involved, the nature of the violation, and the user's history of prior violations. Repeated rule-breaking causes stronger actions, so a reminder one time can become a warning or time-out the next time.
What do the "In Time-Out" and "Banned" and "Guest" user titles mean?
In Time-Out means a user's account has been temporarily suspended for breaking forum rules, as a warning not to repeat it. They know the reason and the length of the time-out because it's shown when they try to access the forums. They will not be able to post or reply to Private Messages until the suspension ends.
Banned means a user's account was permanently canceled for breaking forum rules. They know the reason because they know what they've posted recently and a one-line message from the moderators is shown when they try to access the forums. Bans are issued when major rules are broken or rules are broken repeatedly, because it's a detriment of other users. Reinstatement after a ban can come only from administrators or the site owner, if they have reason to expect you will no longer break rules. Even a successful reinstatement may involve a mandatory delay.
Guest means that the user's account has been canceled, usually at the user's request. For example, users who take a job with Apple usually need to cancel their forum memberships. They can apply for reinstatement if and when the reason for cancelation ends.
How are Moderators Selected?
Moderation selection is a long and careful process that starts with recommendations from the current moderators. We look for users with the right personality, interests, and instincts: those who are helpful, friendly, rational, fair, who speak honestly, who understand how the MacRumors site is run, and whose participation has consistently been a benefit to their fellow forum members, not about privilege or ego.
They don't have to have volunteered and they don't have to have paid for membership. They must have been a member long enough to understand the forum community, and an ongoing participant, but there's no fixed minimum length of membership or post count. From their involvement they tend to be fairly well-known users, although some candidates come to our attention for their behind-the-scenes efforts to help other users.
It's advantageous for us to have team members with a range of views and opinions. We have no requirements that moderators share political or religious views (and they don't) but they must all be able to put aside personal biases when moderating. It's a benefit when we have moderators across many time zones, both men and women, and moderators of different ages. We don't require technical expertise with Apple products. Although many moderators routinely help users with technical problems, it's not part of their assignment as a moderator, just what they were already doing. We don't require prior forum moderation experience; we provide the necessary training. Moderators must be able and willing to spend time moderating that they might otherwise have spent in normal forum participation or away from MacRumors.
In summary, we look for forum members who excel in many ways and are very well suited for the role we ask them to take as moderators. We're admittedly picky and the number who qualify is small.
Editor in Chief, MacRumors
|Nov 18, 2013, 03:59 PM||#6|
Moderation FAQ: Moderation of Your Posts
What happens if I break the rules?
You'll probably annoy other users. If someone reports the post, your post will be reviewed by the moderators and probably edited or removed. You may get a reminder or warning from one of the moderators. If you take the time to review the rules and avoid the problem in the future, that will be the end of it. The moderators know that anyone can make a mistake and prefer to explain the rules and give users second chances rather than limit their use of the forums.
For repeated breaking of rules or for breaking the most serious rules (e.g., personal insults, hoaxes, advertising), discipline may be applied even on the first offense. Usually a temporary forum suspensions (time-out) will be applied if previous warnings haven't been sufficient. With a time-out you won't be able to access the forums for a certain number of days and will instead see a message about the reason for the suspension. Flagrant violations of serious rules may earn you a permanent suspension, i.e., a forum ban.
Any reminders or warnings you've received in the last 14 days are summarized on the Reminders tab of your User Profile. Only you and the moderators see them; other users cannot see this information when they look at your User Profile. The same list of recent reminders and warnings can also be found in your User Control Panel.
Why didn't I get a more personal message?
The moderators use automated reminder messages to ensure consistency, facilitate recordkeeping, and for efficiency. We're sorry the moderators can't send a personal message each time there's an issue in the forums but they have a large number of forum members to serve. If the moderators think a reminder requires further explanation they'll take the time to add extra comments at the bottom of the message for clarification.
Moderation of your posts is not personal and you are not being singled out. The moderators don't know forum members personally and don't play favorites. Other users are moderated exactly the same way in the same circumstances.
Almost all moderation is handled privately to avoid embarrassing forum members. Reminders and warnings are sent by Private Messages so only you and the moderators see them. When reminders and warnings are listed on your User Profile, only you see them there; other users do not see them. The moderators keep records of their actions so administrators can review the messages, but these records are not shared with other users.
Moderation privacy does not mean that moderation is secretive or mysterious. The rules are posted for all to see. We'll discuss any aspect of your moderation with you and explain the reasons for any moderation action you question. Each moderator sees the actions taken by the other moderators, so no moderator acts in a vacuum. Administrators oversee and review the moderators to make sure moderation policies are followed. The administrators are also subject to review by other administrators and/or the site owner.
There are two exceptions to moderation privacy:
What if I disagree with moderation of my posts?
Users sometimes want to inquire about, question, or dispute a moderation action.
Facts to consider
What to do
When members complain about unfair or incorrect moderation, they are usually wrong. The moderators follow guidelines to ensure consistency and are experienced at applying the forum rules uniformly. Still, we take all complaints seriously and there's a procedure to follow if you have complaints. See the "What if I disagree with moderation of my posts?" section of this Moderation FAQ.
Moderators are people too. Although we try to choose moderators who are exceptionally level-headed, it is possible to annoy them. This isn't being unfair; it's being human. The moderators trade cases or rely on their team approach to make sure moderation isn't personal, even if you mistakenly treat it as such. We try for consistency in enforcement of the rules, but with multiple moderators we can't be 100% consistent when judgment calls are required.
It's possible for your intentions to be misinterpreted when you post. Moderators work quickly and if your post has multiple interpretations and it's been reported for breaking the rules, the moderators may draw the same conclusion without studying the history of your interactions with other forum members. You can lessen the chances of this by avoiding posts with sarcasm and teasing, even with forum friends.
Our volunteers do their best and they put tremendous effort into helping the site. Still, we rely on checks and balances to avoid moderation problems. The moderators work as a team and know of each other's actions. Administrators review moderation and help establish and interpret site policies. No moderator or administrator works in a vacuum and their actions are recorded. If an administrator or moderator has acted mistakenly or inappropriately, we'll correct it. If you've been timed-out or banned by mistake we will reinstate your account. If your posts or account have been handled in accordance with our rules, policies, and moderation guidelines, moderation decisions will stand.
Where do I post comments about moderation?
The Site and Forum Feedback forum is for comments and questions about MacRumors and its forums. It is open to all members and suitable for some posts about moderation. The purpose of the forum is to let you ask questions about using the forums or about forum policies, make suggestions, or ask what other people think about an issue. We monitor the Site and Forum Feedback forum every day.
Can you post comments about moderation in the Site and Forum Feedback forum?
Yes - if you have comments or questions about moderation in general.To comment on an general moderation issue, post in a previous thread on the topic or start a new thread for a new topic.
Do not use the Site and Forum Feedback for personal moderation issues since forum moderation is handled privately. See "Moderation privacy" above. If you want specifics about a particular case, see "What if I disagree with moderation of my posts?" above. If you just received a reminder, warning, or time-out about a particular rule and immediately start a Feedback discussion questioning that rule, you may be directed to use the Contact form instead, since your comments are probably about your specific case of moderation.
Editor in Chief, MacRumors
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