Exactly. It's like Block Watch people coming outside and tattling on anyone who would dare play outside on their block. The TOS are intentionally vague so that the Yahoo! employees can use discretion and remove questions that may obey the letter of the TOS but not the intent. Frankly, anything is a violation if you squint and tilt your head a little. If most of us want to be able to ask questions, but only a few want to be vigilante tattletales and the tattletales are winning, then it's not community moderation. It's bullying. Yahoo! has never been opposed to bullying. I've often asked for help with bullying, and I've seen my friends ask for help as well. I've even seen my own friends bully others, unfortunately. No matter what happens, Yahoo! accepts (and therefore condones) the bullying. EDIT: The reporting problem is NOT just an R&S phenomenon. It's across the board. R&S is probably the busiest category, so it's felt harder here, but the reporters are everywhere. They are concentrated in busy categories. One can still post silly questions in low-use categories, but there are more violations everywhere. I've been violated all over the place.