re: Text classification tools for fighting spam VIEW POST

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We’re not interested in working with services that rely on providing the poster’s IP address

This is because we don't collect this info. We proactively anonymize IP addresses. Since we don't allow any unauthenticated passer-by to comment, we don't necessarily need it either, since authentication info from social login provides more clues.

We already do a bit of text classification for different purposes, but we still feel like we could do more proactively in the area of spam. Any input is appreciated.

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