The following quotation is from the Current Events Forum Instructions sticky at: http://forums.macrumors.com/forumdisplay.php?f=40 a) Please define "SPAM". b) If such move / deletion is to take place, will the thread author be notified of what and why? Or will the topic simply vanish, perhaps to cyber-oblivion, without explanation or notice? c) Is it possible to move such topics with shadow? If so, is there any reason not to do so? ~Last Friday I joined Mac Forums. In part as a cyber-courtesy & introduction, I opened a topic in Mac Forums "Current Events" forum: http://forums.macrumors.com/forumdisplay.php?f=40 inquiring about whether the U.S. Drug War is an infringement or usurpation of the unalienable right of Liberty. I realize this might to some seem a topic not well suited to that particular Current Events forum. But: 1) The U.S. Drug War is something to which every U.S. federal income tax payer is party to. 2) The U.S. Drug War is something that every person in the U.S. is subject to. 3) Drug War can be used to limit a U.S. citizen's access both to Mac computers, and to the Internet. Don't take my word for it. Visit a jail or prison cell, and check out the computer system in it. For these reasons, Drug War has virtual universal relevance to the Mac, & non-Mac computing communities in the U.S.; and thus its relevance to that forum. In addition, as of 9:AM/ET Sunday June 1, 2008; among the top 10 topics in that Current Events forum, were these: Is Drug War really less relevant than any of those? I cyber-returned a few hours later, and could not find the Drug War topic I opened. Where did it go? Why?