They succeeded in having the mod banned from one sub.
On Aug 2, 2021 by Claire Goforth
The plaintiff is being represented by a law firm that filed a similar lawsuit against Facebook.
On Sep 22, 2020 by Libby Cohen
It's the third time in history.
On Nov 20, 2019 by Claire Goforth
The change to Reddit’s policies against harassment and bullying is a landmark.
On Oct 1, 2019 by Matthew Hughes
It's been 24 years since that's happened.
On Sep 22, 2016 by April Siese
They never truly disappear, no matter how hard we try.
On Jul 21, 2015 by Derrick Clifton
'We haven't communicated well,' she said, 'and we have surprised moderators and the community with big changes.'
On Jul 6, 2015 by William Turton
Social media doesn't change human nature.
On Jun 22, 2015 by Gillian Branstetter
If only eradicating revenge porn was as easy as telling people not to post it.
On Mar 16, 2015 by S.E. Smith
Florida's Republican governor was no fan of his opponent's last-minute debate aid.
On Oct 16, 2014 by Miles Klee
Moderators are gatekeepers, peacekeepers, and curators—Reddit’s hardest workers. Is it time for them to become more than volunteers?
On Jun 23, 2014 by Fernando Alfonso III
Here comes another downvote brigade.
On May 18, 2014 by Cooper Fleishman
The ultimate battle of left vs. right is taking place on Reddit.
On May 6, 2014 by Fernando Alfonso III
Intortus left the company under mysterious circumstances, leaving the rest of the site to speculate.
On Apr 3, 2014 by Fernando Alfonso III
Here we go again.
On Mar 29, 2014 by Fernando Alfonso III