by Lauren C. Williams Jul 15, 2015
Reddit wasn't created "to be a bastion of free speech, but rather as a place where open and honest discussion can happen."
by Bryce Covert Jul 14, 2015
Pao came in as interim CEO of Reddit during tough times and then may have taken the fall for someone else's decisions.
by Lauren C. Williams Jul 7, 2015
It's deeper than a protest. The firing of Reddit executive Victoria Taylor reveals divide between community and leadership.
by Lauren C. Williams Jul 3, 2015
Reddit shuts down in solidarity over sudden firing of beloved administrator and talent coordinator Victoria Taylor.
by Lauren C. Williams Jun 11, 2015 Updated: Jun 11, 2015
Deleting abusive or harassing threads as part of the site's new anti-harassment policy isn't going over very well.
by Lauren C. Williams May 15, 2015
"In the past 10 years, we’ve seen how these policies have fostered cool and amazing conversations on reddit...We’ve [also] seen many conversations devolve into attacks against individuals," Reddit CEO Ellen Pao said.
by Lauren C. Williams May 1, 2015
Know your audience.
by Jessica Goldstein Feb 25, 2015
"I think Reddit is coming to see that it’s a better business model to not be a cyber cesspool."
by Lauren C. Williams Sep 8, 2014
The removal of the celebrity subreddit raises questions about how Reddit decides what to ban.
by Emily Atkin Dec 17, 2013
"As moderators responsible for what millions of people see, we felt that to allow a handful of commenters to so purposefully mislead our audience was simply immoral."