Detection of masked bad words in social media content
Social Media, is it a blessing or a curse? Many people will have different views on this matter, but one can never ignore the fact that it has a very big influence in people’s lives in modern times. With the increase in popularity and availability of different social media platforms, more and more people are finding it easier and easier to communicate with each other all over the world. That is just one of the highlights of social media.
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