Also in today's Reddit Digest: death threats to a CISPA defender, men on men's rights, and "girls' night out."
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- Reddit admins discuss the positive and negative aspects of Reddit's role in the Boston Marathon bombings. (r/blog)
- What words trend on the front page of Reddit? (r/TheoryOfReddit)
- Rhett and Link host an AMA. (r/IAMA)
- Redditor details facts and myths about CISPA and receives death threats. Reddit admins currently looking into the threats. (r/subredditdrama)
- Redditor suggests that Reddit meetups focus on community action rather than awkward people making nervous talk in a coffee shop. (r/defaultgems)
- Men of Reddit discuss the men's rights movement. (r/askmen)
- Women of Reddit reveal what goes on during "girls' night out." (r/askwomen)
- What makes something sticky? (r/AskScience)
- r/AskHistorians discusses the first documented appearances of playgrounds. (r/askhistorians)
Anonymous vows to unleash its 'wrath' on U.S. lawmakers over CISA
A threat by the hacktivist group Anonymous over a new cybersecurity bill scheduled for committee markup next month is being taken seriously by the Washington D.C. capitol police.
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