I suggested this in my cheater report.
But I will do it here again.
When a cheater is dealt with, a mod should remove the url to the picture or picture itself.
It's quite an easy and cheap way to get some strategy info from others.
If I can think of this im sure some other can think the same
Thanks again for submitting your proof. I get your point and perspective. Here's the challenge: on the one hand, we want to encourage people to show proof of the occasional cheater so they are properly held accountable. To do this, we would like the proof to be as transparent as possible so everyone can see what the JC is considering and evaluating. On the other hand, there is the desire to protect players' setups and strategies as much as possible. To try to reach a happy middle ground, we have generally accepted screenshots where part of a setup is hidden, provided that the JC can sufficiently determine key elements like:
a) whose turn it is;
at what point in the day or game each screenshot was taken;
c) the relative material captured count is;
d) the position/situation on the board.
In some rare cases, we may even need to ask for a clean, unhidden screenshot when the board context is unclear. We try to avoid this whenever possible.