Spam filtering comments
By Andreasdigmed. Friday, July 20, 2012 11:16:16 AM
One of these places is in the comments of your blog and albums. You may have experienced getting a comment on a blog post or image that had nothing to do with the post or image content, maybe even with an email address or a link to another website. This is usually what we call "comment spam", and to prevent this we're now running all comments through a spam filter. Comments marked as spam will be hidden, with a message that the comment has been marked as spam and is awaiting moderation.
Example: The blog or album owner is the only one who can see the original comment, and will have to mark the comment as "not spam". If the comment is spam, the owner of the blog or album can choose to delete the comment.
We'll probably have some "false positives", meaning that a few legitimate comments might be marked as spam. This is unfortunate, but thankfully all you have to do if your comment is marked as spam is to wait until the blog or album owner sees the comment and marks it as not spam.
If you notice any bugs with this, please report them in the My Opera: Feedback, questions and discussions forum.