How will real time web be abused?

Following my last post… The second thing that stood out from TechCrunch’s CrunchUp is how much time and energy is put into thinking forward on the potential abuse/spam on real time web. We see it on Twitter already. Spam, pranks, attention whoring.

So how will real time web be filtered to separate the bad from good? Maybe the time lapse as it is today is ok. There is some time to determine accuracy and relevance.

It’s kind of sad though to think about human behavior in this light.

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