Recently video hosting giant YouTube has brought forth a new kind of monitoring system people can use to screen comments on their videos. The system, which was debuted to a key number of users on Tuesday, teams up with a user’s Google+ account to better filter comments based on relevancy and value according to the user and the video. A similar method that Facebook has with it’s commenting process, it allows a user to tailor how their video feed looks, and thus how it is portrayed in the world. No more spam, no more profanity. It’d be nice to see, right? We’ll have to wait and see how it plays out for Google in the long run. In the mean time, we can allow comments on our videos an see how it goes.