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Facebook Says It's Filtering Comments For Spam, Not Censoring Them 155

Posted by timothy
from the you're-not-worthy-you're-not-worthy dept.
bhagwad writes "Apparently Robert Scoble tried to post a long comment on Facebook only to have a message pop up saying 'This comment seems irrelevant or inappropriate and can't be posted. To avoid having your comments blocked, please make sure they contribute to the post in a positive way.' If true, this is huge. For one the self-moderating system of comments has always been the rule so far. And with countries like India rooting for the pre-screening of content and comments, is Facebook thinking of caving into these demands?" Facebook says there's a more innocuous explanation: namely, that the comment triggered a spam filter.
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Facebook Says It's Filtering Comments For Spam, Not Censoring Them

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