The so-called alt-right has lost one of its prominent online gathering spaces after Reddit banned a subreddit dedicated to the group, which is characterized by white nationalist, anti-Semitic and misogynist viewpoints.
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Doxing is one of Reddit's few red lines when it comes to site-wide offences, alongside posting illegal content, inciting violence, or threatening, harassing or bullying people. "In the tech world, we often talk about a startup's "unfair advantage" that allows it to beat competitors", he continued. Doing the same can get users and communities banned if they refuse to comply.
"In November, Reddit CEO Steve Huffman was embroiled in controversy when he modified posts from Trump supporters to spite them for the vitriol they were spewing at him on "/r/The_Donald" community.
In 2015, Reddit banned a community dedicated to hating overweight people called r/fatpeoplehate, and another called r/Rapingwomen. In response, some redditors barked at Ohanian to back up his words about tolerance by virtue of knocking down neo-Nazi and racism-espousing subreddits.
Reddit bans two Alt-Right groups as it tries to take a stance against far-right groups.
In any case, RIP /r/altright, most of us won't miss you.