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The 2016 Global Report on Online Commenting, Chapter 4: Evolving best practices

As news organisations continue to find ways to build constructive online conversations, the World Editors Forum updates its best comment moderation practices from around the world. This is the fourth and final chapter of the 2016 Global Report on Online Commenting. You may access other parts of the report here. Read more...
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