It's time to stop worrying about your comments.

Replace your toxic comment sections with civil online communities.

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“Prior to switching over to Civil Comments, the environment was toxic.

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Eliminate toxic behavior and remove the barriers to achieving a robust, engaged online community.

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Civil goes #beyondcomments

We're comment nerds, so we were chuffed to attend and present at the " Beyond Comments" conference this week at MIT Media Lab. Co-hosted by the Coral Project, it was an all-day event for journalists, academics, and technologists focused on furthering discussion in online community spaces.

“Civil Comments has designed a commenting platform intended to encourage polite conversation.

Turning the newspaper’s comments section into a more inviting space for new commenters.

A few lines of code might just revolutionise online civil discourse.

"If it was possible to do this algorithmically, Google or Facebook would have done it by now.

When you moderate out the hate speech […], you end up hearing from a wider group of people.”

“Why not mobilise the vast majority of reasonable human beings?”

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