Because EVERYONE has the RIGHT TO APPEAL., IF possible. That Verizon is making it very hard to appeal is something Verizon and Yahoo need to fix.
People WILL falsely report because there is NO RILE that HAVE to do ANY research at all. People MISUSE YA as chat forum ALL THE TIME.. Many people do NOT realize that they AGREED to a legally binding contract with Yahoo and Verizon when they signed up with YA. Neither Verizon nor Yahoo can FORCE ANYONE to read ANYTHING, and very likely more than 805 of those will NOT understand EITHER the YA community guidelines OR the terms of ANY of the Yahoo terms of service contracts..
i answered a question that was asked in French in English several hours ago. I can read and sometimes understand French, but it is NOT may native language.. i am just waiting to see if my answer to that question is reported or not..
YA exists in about a a dozen languages. There is an Arabic version too..There are over a 100 different dialects of English. I grew up speaking what I call academic English American dialect. i have no idea if that is an official dialect or not, but i know many people fell like they are learning a new foreign language when they go to college in the United States..and the don't understand the textbooks.or the vocabulary and apparently they were never taught HOW to use a dictionary OR a search engine ins school.
Everyone has the right to appeal, but if you don't get an email from Yahoo or Verizon it is not possible to appeal, no matter what language or idiom you are using.