Is there any way to block a controversial hubber from reading your hubs? I know one method is to deny his comment, but I don't even want him to have the opportunity to vote down on my articles.
you can set the preferences for comments...don't let comments be published until you have read and approved or disapproved them..
thats the way to control unwanted guests
If the person is behaving badly let the admins know. If they just annoy you, well, such us they way of the open internet.
Nope. You cannot prevent anyone from visiting your hubs. If you are deeply concerned about something, then I would take it directly to HP and leave it out of the forums.
The forums have plenty of negativity already. If you are being harassed by another hubber? There is nothing the community can do about it.
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