Fresh on the heels of the Spam Watchlist, we have a few more anti-spam tools to announce today.First, we've begun to block email notifications for suspicious profile comments. Spammers sometimes try to abuse comments on member profiles because they know that each post will generate an email notification to the member. Starting today, we will begin blocking email notifications when spammy profile comments appear. The content will still be published on a member's profile page, but your member won't receive an email notification. The person who posted the content will also appear in your Spam Watchlist for you to evaluate. You can always choose to delete the content and the spammer — or whitelist them if they are simply a very active, well-meaning member of your network.This will greatly reduce the negative impact of profile comment spam, because members will get fewer spammy email notifications and you'll be able to remove spammy content before members are aware of it.Second, we're piloting the ability to auto-suspend any member who appears in your Spam Watchlist. This is an extremely aggressive measure, and we're not recommending Ning Creators enable it unless they have a serious spam issue. For now, this will be a tool our Advocacy Team can activate on your Ning Network if you want it.From here, our top priority is improving the underlying algorithm that detects spam and surfaces it on your Spam Watchlist. Thanks to all who have posted their feedback, and do keep in mind that the more you interact with the Spam Watchlist, the better the algorithm will get.