I notice over and over articles coming up that you can look at the title an guess that the user is altering them. The recent one today spawning this was "Religion of Peace strikes again as 16 year old girl is burned to death in Pakistan" the actual title of the article is "16-yo girl burnt alive in Pakistan for helping couple elope". This item was 8 hours old when I saw it. I never see a note from the mods on these I have even made a point to alert the mods then check back later and nothing, so I decided to do some looking at the mods comment history for the last week in /v/news
amyacker - 0
forksandgusy - 0
system - 0
Typo - 20
So among them they spend enough time in the sub they mod for one of them to make 20 comments. In 7 days
This was even brought up 6 days ago in /v/newsmods by @unruly https://voat.co/v/newsmods/comments/1013254 and only typo responded.So I have to ask why have the rule about "User-editorialized titles are subject to deletion. State only the facts, not opinions or speculation." if it is never enforced?
Edit: I think I will partly take Typo's advice and just un sub /v/news Do I want heavy modding I'm not sure but I do want the ones that are written to be enforced especially when the mods know the rule is wanted.