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The 2016 Global Report on Online Commenting, Chapter 1: The problem with comments

With the growing online culture of abuse, concerns on cost and legal and societal constraints, an increasing number of news organizations are choosing to turn off the commenting function on their sites. This is the first chapter of the 2016 Global Report on Online Commenting. You may access other parts of the report here. Read more...
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