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Leaked photos = a quarter-billion page views for Reddit

Sep 10, 2014
Last week's leak led to enough page views to power Reddit for almost a month.
Posted In: reddit, photos, celebrities, hackers

Some websites are slowing down today to make a point

Sep 10, 2014
Many websites are simulating slowdowns on Wednesday to advocate for net neutrality.
Posted In: netflix, reddit, net neutrality

Can redditors influence lawmakers?

Feb 11, 2014
Internet companies work to influence Congress... again.
Posted In: reddit, Internet, nsa, surveillance

Marketplace's most-viral stories of January 2014

Feb 4, 2014
A look back at our most-shared stories from January 2014.
Posted In: viral, reddit, Stitcher

Moving an online Reddit community into offline community action

Oct 2, 2013
Reddit's second annual Global Day of Service aims to get its user base involved in community service.
Posted In: reddit, Global Service Day, community service, social media, Internet

A how-to for dot-coms: Reddit's Alexis Ohanian explains

Sep 30, 2013
Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian makes companies on the Internet, and wants you to do it, too. His new book "Without Their Permission" explains why.
Posted In: reddit, Books, Entrepreneurship

Could Reddit sleuths cause harm in their quest to aid the Boston bombing investigation?

Apr 18, 2013
The U.S. Attorneys' Office and the FBI have been releasing official reports about their investigation of the Boston Marathon bombing, but there's also been amateur sleuthing taking place online at sites like Reddit and 4Chan.
Posted In: boston marathon, boston, reddit, FBI

Java problems, Aaron Swartz's legacy, and Tactus's amazing keyboard

Jan 15, 2013
Internet computing language Java may be leaving your computer vulnerable to hackers. Did overly-aggressive prosecutors drive software wunderkind Aaron Swartz to suicide? And, a look at a new technology that could change the future of keyboards and gaming controllers.
Posted In: Java, Homeland Security, reddit, hackers

Reddit, Gawker, trolling, and the dangers of online anonymity

Oct 15, 2012
Gawker journalist Adrian Chen outed a man known for online "trolling" on the website Reddit and started a discussion about free speech online.
Posted In: Tech, reddit, gawker, freedom of speech, first amendment

President Obama answers questions on Reddit

Aug 29, 2012
Users asked the president a variety of questions -- serious and not.
Posted In: Barack Obama, reddit

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