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It wasn't until I had gotten 2 or 3 that I went from "Publish" to "Delete" to "Mark as spam" (the three options offered by blogger.)
The things that distinguish these comments:
- They exist. I rarely get comments. These happen once or twice a month
- They always are Anonymous
- They always have bad english grammar.
- They don't fit any known category of spam; not promoting anything or links anywhere
- They are flattering
- They contain nothing that would associate them with the content of the blog post they are commenting on.
- This is a data communication method, using steganography based on grammatical or punctuation or word choices.
- There is some grad student running experiments / training an AI etc. based on human spam detection
- Someone is running a background check for blogs that auto-publish anonymous comments.
Any better theories? Leave a comment 😀