I've recently flagged a program. This was serious. There was an anonymous user that was saying that there was "multiplayer". This was false. It asked for the people to enter their usernames. Some did, although I didn't, because I was carefully reminded by Ŧħe₲reατ⋐o₫ĕr. Thanks a lot. I didn't put my username, but instead flagged it. It had already taken away his projects, as long as Timothy (https://www.khanacademy.org/profile/kaid_89762729095028357607883/).
Now, this is big. Someone just took away all the projects. Is there a way to retrieve the lost programs? Thanks for the help; I think these users deserve to get their projects back.
Any spin-offs of these programs that are found; please report to the specified users. If you would like your name included, just tell one of the guardians.
Lost users by usernames:
Now, it's good to consider those names. But how will we be able to make change? It's probably not that obvious. Bookmarklets can be helpful for the development for new users, but can also be malicious for people who want to create bad content. This isn't just a problem on Khan; it's worldwide. People are hackers, and we've got to be aware of that. Especially if you're anonymous online. If you'd like to know more, then I'm promoting Quinn Hardbrook's post here:
It's possible that we can also do two-factor things, so that whenever the API tries to get the deletion of things, it will make you verify it, with another log-in, just to check. Then, the user can be aware of what the code would do.
Thank you for listening to my TED talk :P