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It's probably just a bot testing out your website to see if it can be spammed. The text is probably unique so it can Google for it and if it finds it then the spammer knows your site can abused and will proceed to spam it with "real" spam. The whole process is probably automated.
There is no direct way to find spam attackers. You need to check the Drupal logs, from which you can get the IP address.
Drupal 6's Image Description field was never shown on the page or in any metadata available to users or crawlers, thus there is no SEO impact in its presence or absence as it's never read by anyone. The "description" field is primarily intended to be used with file fields, in which case it is used as the text of the link to download the file. ...
30x redirects are not harmful when used in this way. In fact, 30x redirects are very common and have a lot of positive SEO uses in certain circumstances. In your case, if the redirect is taking the user to an equivilant page then it's a good thing as you making sure they get to the content thwy want. This won't have a direct affect on your SEO but won't ...
There are two modules, http://drupal.org/project/legal and http://drupal.org/project/terms_of_use, that require you to accept on registration (I guess you found those already). What you need (accept on every login) is not a feature of those modules, as far as I know. However I think that is should not be too hard to write a custom module, re-using some of ...
You can do this with triggers and actions. Here's a v6-based tutorial (You didn't say which you were using.) that should probably also work for 7 though things might've moved slightly, eg. triggers are now under Structure.
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