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Ulanopo

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08-07-2012

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Originally Posted by Kagami View Post
the false positive rate for the tribunal is .5%, so odds of being that rather low.
Actually, what they consider a "false positive" is where the punishment doesn't fit the crime. They said that the "true" failure rate is actually much, much smaller than that.


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DebosBike

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Originally Posted by Ulanopo View Post
Actually, what they consider a "false positive" is where the punishment doesn't fit the crime. They said that the "true" failure rate is actually much, much smaller than that.
This is true.

The .5% figure that you are being given is mostly cases where they felt that the offender was assigned a punishment that was too harsh and it was either removed if they had been banned for a bit already or reduced for the remaining duration.

People actually being banned without violating any rules is actually incredibly rare, they have even had numerous people in the past TRY to get themselves banned falsely and failed. One guy even had premade groups with various friends and had both his friends and the other team report him for countless games and he still couldn't get banned.


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