Comments Are A Privilege Not A Right

Comments Are A Privilege Not A Right
Innovation
Piers Fawkes, PSFK
  • 19 december 2008

There’s something in a statement on Engadget’s site that serves as a reminder of the delicate dance new media sites have with their readers and commenters (those two groups not always being the same in our opinion). After the gadget site stopped allowing comments to appear on a certain blog post they reminded everyone of their position that comments are a privilege not a right:

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