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Comment Section likely to be changed, please fill out survey

Feb. 19, 2017 Staff Report

The comment section of the Jackson Heights Post is likely to change following an increase in the number of mean-spirited responses in recent times.

The Jackson Heights Post’s comment section has rarely been moderated and that was largely because of the belief of “free speech,” as well as the sheer volume of them on a day-to-day basis. Between the Jackson Heights Post and the other sites that are part of the Queens Post, more than 100 comments come in per day.

A new comment system is likely to be put in place by March 1. Before that is done we would like your feedback.

To complete the survey, please click here.

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Jackson Heights Born

Don’t change anything. These people would never have to balls to say what they say in public. It’s good to know how people really are. To the people that are offended don’t take the bait that’s how trolls get off

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King George III

I want the people’s name because if they say something that will threaten my reign I want to sent off to jail. I will silence everyone under the guise of “protecting people from mean words” but I’m really trying to shut people up.

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