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Reddit updates content policy to explicitly address online hate

Wednesday 1 July 2020 | 13:12 CET | News
Social news site Reddit has updated its content policy to explicitly address hate. Effective immediately, this new policy will ban any users or communities promoting hate based on identity or vulnerability.

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