I had two spam edits from the same user in a short interval: on this contribution and and this one (which I rolled back). Despite his reputation he (or she) seems to be a rather difficult user (I remember he has been blocked on at least one stackexchange site in the past and I had "bump ins" with him in the past as well). Is there a way to protect/block/etc. myself from such a user? If not what else should I do, what would be appropriate?
I have a daughter and she is special, she has autism, eventually, due to distraction, tiredness, my computer is logged in, due to a joke in her universe, she moves to imitate actions that she sees me doing.
When I notice it, I revise it, both votes and editing, sometimes I notice it on the spot, so the edit made by her doesn't even appear, due to the short reversal time.
Occurrences of up/down votes on my cell phone are more frequent, I change the password, even so, at some point, she finds out, and I get distracted typing when the digital fails.
One of the first events of my daughter's actions was the edition made on Jun 25 at 20:21 As reported to the OP where my daughter applied a down vote after taking my phone with the app open, an edit was made explaining and the downvote was removed.
Only this, there is no spam in these actions, however, I understand and take responsibility for her actions.
Forgive-me any discomfort caused.