If HubPages can flag for duplicate content, could a system or filter be put in place to flag for inappropriate language in comments.
For example, is it acceptable to have comments such as
I want to f*** you like a dog
I want to f*** your a**hole
on the "Indian aunty" hubs.
If somebody wants to produce soft porn hubs that's their choice, and if HubPages allows such subjects, who am I to criticise. But when I am browsing down the hottest hubs lists to see what topics succeed, and come across hubs with these comments it concerns me. It cannot impress any casual visitor to HubPages, and while these comments, I hope, are in a tiny minority surely it cannot do HubPages reputation with Google any good, and that affects us all.
Can they not be flagged or filtered automatically or is it down to hubbers who have the time to police the system?
by Les Trois Chenes6 years ago
I have just been back to edit this hub <link snipped> and find a list of obscene words at the top of the page. What is happening? Thanks.
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