I've won over 30 National Championships and usually play for Australia unless I lose our Playoff Final by one imp, which I've done three times in the last decade. I'm a Sydney bridge pro who plays, directs and teaches bridge. I used to commentate on BBO a lot, but I don't have as much spare time for that volunteer task at present. What Boye, Ishmael et al have done to clean up top level bridge by providing the relevant authorities with the information required for authorities to actually be able to reach suitable findings in due course is admirable. I think David Harris should apologize for wrongly referring to this process as a lynch mob or kangaroo court, both of which are forms of injustice in which the mob tries to do the final processing and punishment, i.e. the opposite of what Boye et al have done by providing their info to the relevant authorities. I think the idea of Crowd Sourced Investigation has applications outside of bridge , e.g. if CCTV video of squares in cities where pickpockets exist was shown to thousands of eyes online, perhaps one person like Maaijke Mevius would notice what my and almost everyone else's powers of observation failed to notice, thereby reducing crime.
Plus... it's free!