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soc.culture.jewish.parenting FAQ: Newsgroup Policies and Procedures
Section - 3.2. How are problem moderators handled?

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There is internal monitoring done between the moderators of rejected postings,
as well as participation in the newsgroup to observe accepted postings. When
the group identifies a problem, we work with the moderator in question to
address the issue.  If the problem remains, a vote is conducted among the
entire advisory board with respect to removing the individual from moderation
capacity. If two-thirds* (66%) of the advisory board votes to remove the
moderator, the moderator is removed, and a new moderator selected using the
procedures in 3.3 (however, the removed moderator does not have veto rights in
the selection of a new moderator).

*: This is a working percentage, the actual percentage, which will be greater
than 50%, is still being determined through interaction with the service that
provides the moderation randomizer.

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