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What's our Spoiler policy? [duplicate]

As I have a great reputation for not hiding spoilers, I want to know Spoiler policy of this site. This question What is the policy for spoilers? is asking about formatting. I want to know what should ...
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How are spoiler questions to be handled? [duplicate]

I've got a question I was planning to ask. However, the title of the question: Is a spoiler in and of itself. I'm not sure there's a way to frame that tile any better to make it not a spoiler. What's ...
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How far back should spoilers be marked for the Marvel Cinematic Universe? [duplicate]

Marvel titles are coming out quite frequently these days; between movies and shows, content is moving very quickly. How far back should we mark spoilers on content? Is there a standard of "x ...
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What is the stance on spoilers around here? [duplicate]

I am somewhat new around here. I recently answered a question here that had me wondering if I was supposed to hide parts of it behind spoiler tags and if so what formatting is avalible if any to hide ...
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To spoiler or not to spoiler, June 2014 edition

Question #59239 (spoilers for Deathly Hallows) has been the subject of back-and-forth edits over whether spoiler information (specifically, the death of a particular character) should be included in ...
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Is it important to mark spoiler questions as such?

Since most of the questions here are going to be about films, television series and novels, perhaps it would be a good idea to mark spoiler questions with [Spoiler], or a spoiler tag?
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Proposals for a list of FAQ questions

For the pedants: yes, I realise that "FAQ questions" looks like a tautology, as it means "frequently asked questions questions". But in this context, the word FAQ refers to the tag, so it means "meta ...
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Will we ever clean up those ridiculous spoiler-free “The Force Awakens” question titles?

On one hand[1], I appreciate the intent behind trying to de-spoiler TFA questions. However, we don't have THIS deep and wide a level of hiding data for any of the older works, like the other 3 Star ...
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Editing a question to add details that the querent doesn't want to add

https://scifi.stackexchange.com/posts/161595/revisions This is getting kind of ridiculous. On one hand, it's best to have questions that are conducive to knowing what they're about. On the other hand,...
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If you don't want spoilers…

The drama, up to the current point: A question was asked: Is the "Time War" introduced only in "new" Doctor Who? My (now-deleted) reply answered the question, and cited two Wikipedia pages as the ...
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Is there a moratorium on some spoilers?

Is there a certain timeframe in which a spoiler warning is no longer necessary for a work that is old enough? There's the very common spoiler that Vader is Luke's father and no one really needs to ...
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Can a picture really become a spoiler?

I have just passed through this question. I was kind of surprised, that OP "secured" a picture as we hide typical text-spoiler. Is this really necessary? I can't imagine, that a single image can ...
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Why was this edit to hide a plot spoiler rejected? [duplicate]

Yesterday I saw this answer, which essentially summarized an entire story in plain view, so I suggested this edit to hide the summary and require the user to mouse over it to read it. This edit was ...
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How to handle answers edited to add something that appears to infringe copyright

Back in 2016, someone asked a story ID question about a novel, which was answered, and in April of 2018 I added an answer mentioning a short story by the same author which I thought fit the ...
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Should the information that Vader reveals in Cloud-City be considered a spoiler?

It is quite common knowledge that However, this is technically a spoiler (I think there are still some folk around that haven't watched the Star Wars films). It pops up in some questions, and ...
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