The site has "role play" and other forums where rules are ignored and sexual content gets posted.The female dress-up doll image and most of her fashion options are hyper-sexualized versions of women with big boobs, small waists, and plump lips.
On Dollwar.com, there's also an iffy option to create a profile with spots for personal information like name, age, gender, and location, for which players get "fame" points whenever someone visits their profile.Bottom line: There are images, content, and ads that many parents will not want their kids exposed to on Though I’ve only recently started tackling it (spam), what I hear from veterans is that spam is hard problem. This keeps those fighting spam on their toes and you need to react to new techniques that they learn to get past the filters.It is so not because its difficult to model (unlike some sub-domains in NLP) but because essentially it is a battle of human-vs-human. Most of the work thus involved is on a reactive basis.But that's no surprise, considering the sexed-up doll and fashion choices aren't kid-appropriate either and "role play forums" exist on the site.
Offensive words get bleeped out in chat rooms, but stuff often gets through.
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But that's no surprise, considering the sexed-up doll and fashion choices aren't kid-appropriate either and "role play forums" exist on the site.