When reddit calls you a criminal.

Hello All— We want to let you know that we have made a new addition to our content policy forbidding transactions for certain goods and services. As of today, users may not use Reddit to solicit or facilitate any transaction or gift involving certain goods and services, including:

– Firearms, ammunition, or explosives

– Drugs, including alcohol and tobacco, or any controlled substances (except advertisements placed in accordance with our advertising policy);

– Paid services involving physical sexual contact;

– Stolen goods;

– Personal information;

-Falsified official documents or currency

When considering a gift or transaction of goods or services not prohibited by this policy, keep in mind that Reddit is not intended to be used as a marketplace and takes no responsibility for any transactions individual users might decide to undertake in spite of this. Always remember: you are dealing with strangers on the internet. EDIT: Thanks for the questions everyone. We’re signing off for now but may drop back in later. We know this represents a change and we’re going to do our best to help folks understand what this means. You can always feel free to send any specific questions to the admins here.

And reddit was one of the loudest voices screaming to “defend” Net Neutrality and the need to keep the internet free.

Political Fashion always end up ugly.

One Reply to “When reddit calls you a criminal.”

  1. So they going to ban “/r/buildapcsales” next because it promotes hackers? Or “/r/trees” because it promotes plant care advice that marijuana growers can use?


    LIbtard owned like Fakebook & Twatter and people are surprised at the extreme virtue signaling from these dbags? Really.



Feel free to express your opinions. Trolling, overly cussing and Internet Commandos will not be tolerated .

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.