My question has disappeared?

Didn't find your answer?

I asked a question about tax software recently and now I can't find it - it seems to have been deleted. I don't think it included anything offensive.

Does anyone know why it's gone?

 

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Stepurhan
By stepurhan
08th Nov 2023 09:23

Have you tried the Contact Us link at the bottom of the page. If your post has been removed, only AccountingWeb are likely to know why.

Alternatively you could message AWeb staff such as TomHerbert or Will Cole.

If you want pure speculation, did your question look like a spam advertisement for particular software? That's a big no no.

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Tom Herbert
By Tom Herbert
08th Nov 2023 09:45

Good morning, Tom here from AccountingWEB. We noticed this yesterday and I'm afraid we're just as baffled as you - and a little bit concerned to be honest. We're looking into it and will keep you posted as and when we have more information. Sorry I can't be more helpful at this stage.

All the best,

Tom

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By Justin Bryant
08th Nov 2023 09:51

Tom, please try find this recent one from me that vanished too if you can. Thanks.

https://www.accountingweb.co.uk/any-answers/interesting-uk-lawyer-workin...

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By daviddaniels
08th Nov 2023 09:52

Thanks for the reply.

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RLI
By lionofludesch
08th Nov 2023 10:00

Not some AI bot running riot, is it?

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By Tom Herbert
08th Nov 2023 10:16

Haha, yes, we've reached the Any Answers singularity!

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the sea otter
By memyself-eye
08th Nov 2023 10:54

...and it's not even May the fourth!

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By DJKL
08th Nov 2023 12:43

I would like to point you all to the recent AI made up allegations against the big four and ask if you think this all is mere coincidence or do we here have a rise of the robots issue. (If we do then do they have GPP like Marvin and are most robots like Marvin located in Scotland)

Perhaps we need to start asking our apparently human colleagues pertinent questions/give them commands to check whether they are observing Asimov's three laws or not:

The Three Laws are:

A robot may not injure a human being or, through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm.

A robot must obey the orders given it by human beings except where such orders would conflict with the First Law.

A robot must protect its own existence as long as such protection does not conflict with the First or Second Laws.

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By Dib
08th Nov 2023 13:00

You do realise that AI is the reverse of Isaac Asimov's initials (conspiracy theory alert!) :o)

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By Leywood
08th Nov 2023 14:15

Was there a small criticism of sage in one of the responses? Big bad sponsors?!

Seem to recall only last week someone mentioning a post of theirs going missing which had such a comment.

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By I'msorryIhaven'taclue
08th Nov 2023 14:34

Is Tallula back?

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By Tom+Cross
08th Nov 2023 15:32

HMRC could do with some of that artifical insemination. Intelligence, clearly isn't working.

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By DJKL
08th Nov 2023 15:48

Not sure there would be too many volunteers for the natural sort.

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