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Unmoderated comments from Tracey Kandohla's article in the Sun (17 Feb 2017)

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Re: Unmoderated comments from Tracey Kandohla's article in the Sun (17 Feb 2017)

Post by ChippyM on Sat 18 Feb 2017 - 14:19

@Verdi wrote:
@Tony Bennett wrote:
The Editor of the Sun has personally been responsible for all those comments being published in in the Sun - and if the McCann Team are going to go after anyone, they will have to go after him
I disagree Tony, there will be a get out clause, otherwise the Sun's editorial team wouldn't have allowed the comments to be published.  There is a devious reason behind this and it's not related to freedom of speech.

As I understand it, moderating comments means the website are held responsible for what's posted. If they don't moderate then it's the individual commenters that are responsible.   I don't think this is a 'fishing for trolls' type exercise, it could be that they want individuals to take the risk of saying certain things before they publish anything along the same test the water.


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Re: Unmoderated comments from Tracey Kandohla's article in the Sun (17 Feb 2017)

Post by plebgate on Sat 18 Feb 2017 - 21:12

I tend to think the same as Tony.  If the comments have been allowed to stand for several hours then why on earth hasn't the moderating team whooshed them.

  Its not as if the comments were posted on a weekend when staffing levels might not be as high as a weekday.

We know that other comments have been removed in the past quick as a flash so I do believe the comments on anything to do with Mr. & Mrs. are monitored regularly.

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