1 make sure every “Mod” knows the Terms of Service, so they know what to allow and not allow
2 Store chat logs of Mods, to be periodically gone through, to ensure that nothing is being done, that should not be. (in the argument of privacy, it’s public chat rooms. private messages can be sent through someone’s profile page. or “whispering” in the chat, so this is not a valid argument)
3 enable a Chat Notification Filter system, that looks at certain words (following the ToS guide-lines of what is allowable, and what is inappropriate), and looks at how these certain words are used in the message sent. If the filter system picks up a specified word, it then looks at the message, and by going through a series of known useable ways to use such words in a way that breaks the ToS, it will determine if the message is or is not against the ToS. If it is, then it sends a message, or notification, to a Mod on standby, to notify the Mod of the questionable message that was sent, along with what chat room it was sent in, and perhaps the player’s name who sent it as well.
This would make it much easier for Mods to monitor public chat rooms, if there are simply not enough Mods for every public chat room on Kong (which I know there are a lot).
I hope people find this useful..