I've just run through the "Suggested edits" queue, and noticed that two of the edits were to remove useful images of actual documents. Unfortunately I'd rejected both edits before I noticed the trend.

Is this vandalism, or a misguided attempt to clean up unnecessary images?

One of the questions was:

Can anyone tell if an EU driving licence has been exchanged from a non-EU country?

  • Review links: 1, 2. Based on the username, both were suggested by the OP who lost access to their original account.
    – Andrew T.
    Commented Feb 6, 2019 at 2:33
  • @AndrewT. That's odd. Different OP's, at the same time. I'm still suspicious. A vandal could create socks with the same user name too. Commented Feb 6, 2019 at 7:06

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On one of the examples, the picture (if you zoom in) was actually showing some data which might be PII - so I accepted the edit and also asked for it to be scrubbed. The edit was also a rollback by the original user - probably that's why it ended up in the review queue.

For the other link, the username matches though they are different accounts - but everything points to the fact that they are actually the same user. The picture doesn't seem to contain any PII however so I think it should be kept.

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