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3-27-2009 @ 8:51AM
I have a question for the Queue:You have said in the past that there will be a new commenting feature implemented soon. How "soon" is soon? Can you give us a ballpark figure on this? Also, and more importantly, will there be language filters (either applied client-side or server-side)? There are a lot of us who check WoW Insider during our breaks at work and when there is a post from a commenter who feels that they need to use profanity to make themselves appear "cool" or whatever, well, let's just say that it's more than a little awkward if your boss happens to walk by at that moment before you can scroll the screen past it.
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