Watching. Years ago, I managed an online community for a magazine, which meant I had to police it for objectionable content and language. Before I could do that, though, we had to define the words we didn’t want in our chat rooms. This led to The List, a lengthy, a bawdy, embarrassing, list of curse words and descriptions of sexual activities that is burned in my brain to this day. It was a group effort; virtually every member of the editorial staff contributed. And then we plugged it into the system so that it could catch these words and phrases automatically. I was reminded of all this as I scanned Facebook’s recently released, 8,000-word document on how it polices its platform for objectionable content. People are shocked it mentions things like cannibalism. I’m not. Not at all.