The Atlantic isn't killing its comments - it's evolving them into a digital version of a traditional model.
Another newspaper starts applying machine learning to its comments.
Can a computer patrol comments for trolls? It looks like it…
IDG is killing comments, while the Financial Times is investing in them. Why is the industry so divided about this? Money.
Adobe's acquisition of Livefyre reminds us just how much our content is being trawled for marketing purposes.
What's life like moderating comments on The Times's website? One journalism student just found out.
New research suggests that the best way to improve your comments section is to get the journalists involved…
People promote anonymity as an end to difficult comments. That doesn't work as well as they think...
There are more sophisticate ways of creating a genuine debate online than just slapping comments on the piece, as this discussion from Quartz proves.
The discussion about comments on articles focus in the wrong area.