Cases related to wolfpacking, sitters, multi accounting, kamikazze attacks, account-pushing, capital farming
all those cases were solved by a team and I was given information about the outcome: guilty or not. On that base I was able to determine how to behave next time I see similar behavior or same accounts.
I was also able to decide if I was able to receive back GMs lost because of the cheaters.
Form several mods I am receiving information which for me sounds like closing a ticket without even looking into it:
"Due to data protection regulations I won’t be able to inform you of the outcome of our investigation. "
How data protection acts works out for anonymous online logins? tbh I would very much like to know what is the outcome as if it was team fault that I was overrun bu cheaters I would like my GMs back. I am 99% I should be given my GMs back but still it is team who will be making decision about cheaters.
I do not enjoy playing games in which honest, regular players are destroyed every single time due to lack of reaction from anyone responsible for protecting me. Even less i enjoy paying for it. I believe it would be very good practice to say how investigations related to cheaters ended for the good of community.
Most of games have hing called: Pillory where most notorious and offensive cheaters are listed for the benefit of the whole community
In the end which part of data protection act protects me from learning if cheaters were punished or if I have been greatly mistaken to accuse honest player. This way I will have chance to say sorry to him and not live with assumptions for the next 10 eyars.