YouTube's new comment moderation system sounds pretty neat, but it's really going to hinge on how people interact on the Internet. And there's only so much you can do to moderate that. This comment thread is perhaps the perfect example of that.
The fight to make the Internet a better place never ends, but today we can count one more victory on our side: now, not only can you moderate YouTube comments better, but the way comments appear is now also different.
Physically, you may not have been at EA Redwood Shores this weekend. But if you commented on to Justin Cole's op-ed column to Kotaku, you were there in spirit.
A few weeks ago there was a group established on Facebook called "I hate gays" which openly advocated killing gay people.
How can a European guild have possibly defeated all three of Wrath of the Lich King's major PVE raids in the span of three days? It's simple - dedication. The kind of dedication that leads a 15-year-old Swedish boy to play the game until he goes into convulsions and passes out. That's exactly what a teen in Laholm,…
The LittleBigPlanet community is in an uproar over their favorite levels suddenly disappearing off the face of the LittleBigEarth, and while Sony appreciates the creativity, they aren't planning on cutting back on moderating them any time soon. In a statement released on their Three Speech Blog, Sony lays down the…