# You're Surely Joking Mr. Review Audits!

Whenever I start doing the review process, and that I see the two following characteristics, I automatically know that it is a review audit:

• The image that a suppressed account gets.

As an example:

(Plus this is clearly written in pure Bill's style)

It will be more convenient if in place of the characteristics listed above, they were random names and random images.

• This isn't really a bug though, is it? These audits are for people who aren't paying the least amount of attention. – davidlowryduda Jun 4 '14 at 19:00
• @mixedmath I mean even if someone does the click-click-click strategy and he knew a little about the reviews audit system, then he'll be able to recognize posts like those just because they don't contain the username and no image. – Hakim Jun 4 '14 at 19:03
• Yes, cunning people who aim to misbehave will misbehave cunningly. But they are few in number, and therefore are not considered a problem worth designing software for. – user147263 Jun 4 '14 at 19:24
• Even if random names and images were used, you can still follow the $\color {blue}{\text{link}}$ to see the "real" answer. – Peter Phipps Jun 5 '14 at 10:31