This boggles my mind and forces me to ask.
What the hell were people posting with their phones to get the entire AT&T cellphone network of central Utah blocked?
This makes posting inconvenient now since I can't take screenshots and post them unless I'm on wifi so I'm really curious to know what people were doing that deserved this.
So the solution is to force people to pay to post?
All phone posters should be barred from posting anyway. 9/10 people posting from their phone have nothing to actually contribute and just use it to shitpost and ban evade
I got a good portion of Mexico banned, so that might have something to do with it. The /co/cksucker mod on /a/ is incredibly easy to upset and any form of dissent or disagreement with his decisions and he goes to using range bans instead. Regardless of how easy you are to deal with.
But don't feel left out, however. A good portion of china was range banned along-side you guys
>What the hell were people posting with their phones to get the entire AT&T cellphone network of central Utah blocked?
Just take a casual look at /v/, /pol/, /tv/, /int/, and /sp/ to easily gget your answer.
moot said like 40% of traffic were from mobile posters in his q&a and that number is obviously going to keep rising. Treating us mobile users like second class citizens is unfair. Most mobile users don't even use adblocking add-ons so most of 4chans ad impressions must come from the mobile site. It's dumb, hire more mods.
>Who actually decides range bans?
The mods discretion. They can range ban anyone that tgey feel like for any reason.
>Can any random mod do it?
Yes, any mod can initate a rangeban and determine if it's for a week, a month, or permanent.