Speaking on a panel at the Digital Hollywood conference, Jim Brady, executive editor of The Washington Post’s online division, said he would like to see a technology that could identify people who violate site standards, and if need be, automatically kick them off for good.
He added that there was no guaranteed anonymity for those who post comments to Washingtonpost.com.
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