March 1, 2012 at 12:04 PM ET
Sensitive to those who like to keep their streams as pure as possible, Google+ is advancing its aggressive stance against spam.
Nandini Kappiah, a software engineer at Google who works on preventing spam and abuse on Google products, wrote on G+ about the latest development in the never-ending war against comments that clutter up posts.
Kapplah provided screenshots of how this will work, which you can see above.
These changes come after a post in December that announced a new comment spam moderation system in which G+ would identify possibly spammy comment on a post and immediately mark it for users to review. When it does that: