The reach and anonymity of the web have made engaging in abusive, malicious, and criminal online behavior more common and less costly while greatly amplifying its effects. Online forums, news portals, and social media channels are flooded with sexually explicit language and hate speech, threats of violence and malicious links, and phony offers from fraudulent accounts that distract from and drown out intelligent conversation. Types of mal.content, like the people and behaviors that generate it, vary greatly in motivation and intent. One trait they all share, however, is the potential to inflict real damage to your users, your brand, and your bottom line.

What is Mal.content | Impermium As Evgeny asks in the article I just posted, who will police Impermium?
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