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wi77ie
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Why am I being blocked from contributing in a post I have already posted to?

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I posted a comment in "Is sp84244 a firmware fix for Meltdown and Spectre?" and was critical of the HP response as it deserved. A new comment deserves a response no where, while logged in, is there an option to post any reply in any manner.

 

I can't help but the HP individual got his nose out of joint and is blocking me. If not give me a definitive answer and not some laborious unhelpful links elsewhere.

Thank you

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Dennis_Handly
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wi77ie
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I wanted to contribute a useful comment by a recent poster. My point is that i didn't get a chance to make another post. As In this and other threads i have commented on in a running conversation there is that bright red Reply button conspicuously missing. Why Is that?
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wi77ie
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Oh and while i am on the mobile version i don't see anything pointing to quarantine? And the thread in question is not accepted as solved.
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Dennis_Handly
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Ah, the thread has been marked read only by the moderators.

I assume that's because the forum is not the right place for official statements from HP Inc about this security problem.

https://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c05869091

 

> on the mobile version i don't see anything pointing to quarantine?

 

Sorry, I thought you replied and it wasn't there, rather than no Reply buttons as in your response to my post.

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wi77ie
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You're assuming so. It's HPs own forums so what better place than that that? I assume someone got lazy and shut it down. They are also limiting users discussing the issue between them or even collaborating on solving the question themselves. Wouldn't you agree this is a part of the forum's purpose?

Who moderates the moderators? The Mod responsible should be educated about the abuse of power. I'm serious, who for wet contact?
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