Reddit CEO says ‘open racism’ is not against site’s rules
Will it be forced to change its policies?
On Apr 11, 2018 by Kris Seavers
Reddit has not shared Russia findings with Congress, sources say
Lawmakers are encouraging social platforms to submit their findings.
On Mar 7, 2018 by David Gilmour
Reddit users demand ban for notorious pro-Trump community
The request came as the website announced it had banned Russian-affiliated accounts.
On Mar 5, 2018 by David Gilmour
Reddit CEO apologizes for altering Trump supporters’ posts
Steve Huffman regrets going to war with r/the_donald.
On Nov 30, 2016 by John-Michael Bond
Reddit’s CEO confesses to censoring insults he got from pro-Trump users
This was not OK.
On Nov 27, 2016 by Chris Tognotti
New Reddit CEO says the site will censor harassment and ‘illegal content’
Redditors on both sides of the 'speech' debate are angry and nervous.
On Jul 16, 2015 by Taylor Hatmaker
Former Reddit chief alleges Ellen Pao didn’t fire Taylor
Did Ellen Pao take the fall for her superior's mistake?
On Jul 13, 2015 by Aaron Sankin
Vintage interview with Reddit founders reveals the site’s beginnings
A redditor has released an interview with Reddit founders Steve Huffman and Alexis Ohanian circa 2005, when the site was just getting off the ground.
On Jul 11, 2012 by Lauren Rae Orsini
Dot Dot Dot: The best and worst of the Web
The empowerment created by the Internet can expose our finer instincts—on both ends of the spectrum.
On Jun 21, 2012 by Nicholas White
How Reddit’s cofounders built Reddit with an army of fake accounts
In a way, Reddit was built by spam.
On Jun 19, 2012 by Kevin Morris