With T170014 AbuseFilter can issue blocks in which the user is also blocked from editing their own talk page. I was testing this again right now; it works perfectly, but somehow when the block is issued, the block log doesn't list "cannot edit own talk page" in the parameters. In the examples below, the top block is issued by hand, and the second one by AbuseFilter. I verified by checking ipblocks table that they are identically restricting the user from editing their talk page (ipb_allow_usertalk was 0) and also verified on wiki that the user cannot edit their talk page, but as you see the bottom doesn't have the parameter shown in the block log.
* 22:05, 5 March 2018 Admin (talk | contribs | block) blocked BlockMe (talk | contribs) with an expiration time of 2 hours (account creation disabled, cannot edit own talk page) (with blocktalk) (unblock | change block) * 22:03, 5 March 2018 Abuse filter (talk | contribs | block) blocked BlockMe (talk | contribs) with an expiration time of indefinite (account creation disabled) (Automatically blocked by abuse filter. Description of matched rule: Blocker) (unblock | change block)
Very perplexing; you would think the block log would be independent of where the block was issued.