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We have more users who vote lots but don't ever really post. How can we fix it?

I noticed that I'm third in the query results, so let me explain what happens (in my case, and probably in @tripleee's case as well). I often visit Security.SE after a report of a possible spam post ...
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We have more users who vote lots but don't ever really post. How can we fix it?

Investigation Thanks for bringing this up and providing some good statistics to work from! 5% of downvotes come from 10 users who have fewer than 10 recent posts on this site. I think this is the ...
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We have more users who vote lots but don't ever really post. How can we fix it?

I fail to see a problem here too. Judging if a question or answer is valueable is easier than providing a new answer or ask an original question. This becomes even harder as the site and the pool of ...
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1 point deducted when I down voted an answer

You loose rep for down-voting answers. It is used as a deterrent; it discourages unnecessary down-votes, or down-votes that are in your own self-interest rather than the interest of the community. ...
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Serial downvoter on security SE?

If there is a serial downvoter, then the automatic systems in StackExchange will deal with it.
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Is it acceptable to delete repost an answer to counter "runaway downvotes"?

The issue you have reduced it to is: minimal changes the core was unchanged almost word-for-word identical And then you asked if a deletion and repost is acceptable. I would separate those two ...
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