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Reddit

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Timeline

June 5, 2020
Alexis Ohanian announces he is stepping down from Reddit's board of directors.
April 2020
Reddit announces an update to its political advertising policy that requires campaigns to leave comments open on ads for the first 24 hours.
2020
Reddit appoints second Black board member.
June 18, 2019
Oracle Data Cloud announces a first-of-its-kind collaboration with Reddit to provide new brand safety controls for advertisers around a real-time feed of user-generated content (UGC).

Funding rounds

Funding round
Funding type
Funding round amount (USD)
Funding round date
Investment
Reddit series D round
300,000,000
February 11, 2019
3 Results
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People

Name
Role
LinkedIn

Alex Marinenko

Employee

Alexis Ohanian

Founder

Alon Rotem

Attorney

Bryan Rosenblatt

Employee

Christopher Slowe

Employee

Craig Shapiro

Investor

Dan McComas

Employee

Dylan Hulser

Employee

Elva Zepeda Earnhart

Employee

Erik Martin

Employee

Gary Jense

Employee

heath w. black

Employee

Jena Donlin

Employee

Jeremy Edberg

Investor

Justin Siegel

Investor

Kanyi Maqubela

Investor

Kevin Hartz

Investor

kickme444

Employee

lauren gelman

Attorney

Matthew Moore

Advisor

Mike Cole

Employee

Otilia Otlacan

Employee

Phil Haake

Employee

Philip Kaplan

Investor

Rebecca Eisenberg

Investor

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Further reading

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Author
Link
Type
Date

Documentaries, videos and podcasts

Title
Date
Link

Companies

Company
CEO
Location
Products/Services

News

Title
Author
Date
Publisher
Description
Mitchell Clark
January 19, 2021
The Verge
Reddit user oppai_suika has made a bot that turns Reddit arguments into scenes from a Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney video game.
January 19, 2021
Geekologie
This guy spent $5,000 on a piece of rough opal, gambling if it would turn out to be a green-blue stone or be worthless and riddled with sand. Turns out it was actually a 6.42-carat gem black opal worth...
January 18, 2021
Geekologie
User micah made a bot that turns Reddit comments into scenes from the video game Ace Attorney. You can add !objection-bot to any Reddit comment thread and the bot will automatically create a Streamable video with the Ace Attorney...
Rhett Allain
January 16, 2021
Wired
If the dots on the loading screen were planets, is their motion realistic? And can we actually model it?
Suzanne Loo
January 15, 2021
TechNode
This forum will gather more than 160 global political leaders, financial and investment experts, and economists from all over the world to discuss economic trends and post-pandemic recovery plan.
ANI
January 9, 2021
@bsindia
Reddit cited repeated policy violations in recent days regarding the violence at the US Capitol as reason
Sam Machkovech
January 8, 2021
Ars Technica
Friday ban comes with clear notice: "Do not post violent content." Discord follows suit.
Todd Werkhoven
January 8, 2021
Digital Trends
Jen Wong, Reddit chief operating officer and CES 2021 panelist, discusses the changes this past year has brought to Reddit, and what 2021 has in store.
Tanya Basu
January 8, 2021
MIT Technology Review
A global effort to save incriminating evidence raises ethical quandaries.
USA TODAY
January 8, 2021
USA TODAY
Reddit confirmed the subreddit "r/donaldtrump" was banned for "repeated policy violations in recent days regarding the violence at the U.S. Capitol."
Brian Heater
January 8, 2021
TechCrunch
Days after a mob broke into the U.S. Capitol amid protests against Donald Trump's 2020 election loss, another major social media platform has banned a popular pro-Trump forum. Reddit this morning confirmed that it has banned the r/donaldtrump subreddit. A spokesperson for the site tells TechCrunch, Reddit's site-wide policies prohibit content that promotes hate, or [...]
Adi Robertson
January 8, 2021
The Verge
Reddit has banned r/donaldtrump, an unofficial pro-Trump forum that it says incited violence around the US Capitol mob attack. Reddit previously hosted infamous Trump hub r/The_Donald.
Katie Canales
January 8, 2021
Business Insider
Reddit said it has banned the subreddit r/donaldtrump "given repeated policy violations in recent days regarding the violence at the U.S. Capitol."
Abby Ohlheiser
January 8, 2021
MIT Technology Review
The people who invaded the Capitol have spent years showing us who they are online.
Russell Brandom
January 7, 2021
The Verge
In the wake of a mob attack on the US Capitol that some have described as a coup, an army of online researchers is poring through publicly available footage to identify who was at the raid, trying to establish the historical record before it is erased.
Brian Heater
January 6, 2021
TechCrunch
As chaos and violence have erupted in Washington D.C., social media platforms are grappling with the fallout. A spokesperson for Reddit tells TechCrunch, Reddit's site-wide policies prohibit content that promotes hate or encourages, glorifies, incites, or calls for violence. In accordance with this, we have been proactively reaching out to moderators to remind them of [...]
Avery Hartmans
January 6, 2021
Business Insider
In tweet, Reddit cofounder Alexis Ohanian described the rioters at the Capitol as "domestic terrorists."
Melia Russell
January 4, 2021
Business Insider
Employees will be demanding tech companies do more than pay lip service to diversity.
Kate Duffy
December 30, 2020
Business Insider
People in SpaceX's Starlink beta are uploading screenshots of their speed tests -- and some are faster than 95% of US connections.
Karen Hao
December 24, 2020
MIT Technology Review
In 2020, AI-synthetic media started moving away from the darker corners of the internet.
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