Debate directly related to English Chess Federation matters.
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David Sedgwick wrote: ↑
Thu May 28, 2020 4:00 pm
If you are banned by Chess.com (or Lichess) for alleged cheating, they will tell you that you need to confess your fault before they will readmit you.
Or you can simply open another account and Chess.com (or Lichess) will neither know nor care.
If you want a titled player account on chess.com they want proof that you are who you say you are. A banned titled player may be able to open a new anonymous account without registering their title, but they wouldn't be able to have a new titled player account.
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Matthew Turner wrote: ↑
Thu May 28, 2020 4:12 pm
As I said earlier in the thread, titled players are treated somewhat differently, but for everyone else then yep that is essentially correct.
So if they ever set up events for titled arbiters, I shall have to be careful. Until then, I don't need to worry.
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Does that have ramifications with GDPR?
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