Tuesday September 24, 2013

YouTube Tries To Fix Its Comments

Although this welcomed change is long overdue, we all know it will be circumvented by +he |\/|ill10n a|\|d 0ne \/\/aأ‌s to use numbers, symbols and alternate characters to spell blocked words.

There are new filters that will automatically show comments from approved users or entire Google+ circles and never show comments from blocked users. Content creators can make a blacklist of any offending words or phrases they don't want appearing in comments under their videos, and all comments that dare use said words will be held for review.

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