Most of the BLR population is upstanding citizens, but there are bad apples out there. If you find yourself playing against someone you think might be hacking, take a deep breath, count to ten and respawn -- but if you keep seeing them pull off impossible stunts, and you think they might be hacking, the good folks at BLR Blacklist
can help you figure it out.
First off, they can help you learn to differentiate between skilled play and the signs of hacking. Derps has put together an excellent guide
to what most hackers use: wallhacks, no-spread, target-snapping, etc. Derps lays out example scenarios, and examples of when it might be just raw skill.
Second, they know the best way to get evidence. In order for us at PWE to act, we need to be sure beyond reasonable doubt. That means that when you send in proof, we need clear video, tags of what times we should be looking at, etc. Derps' guide also has info on how to get good proof.
Third, they're one of the groups whose reports get taken extra-seriously. BLR Blacklist has a strong process for verifying reports of hacking. If you're very confident in your evidence, please
ticket in to Customer Support and let them know.
If you want to build a stronger case, though, the BLR Blacklist is perfect, because the admins there are some of the best players. If anyone can instantly tell the difference between skill and a hack, it's them. You can submit evidence here.
Thanks everyone for your help with this. We're committed to making Blacklight a fair playing field.
(edited by Aita, May 02 '16, to update links)