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Submitted by Speed-Racer 134d ago | opinion piece

There’s no hope for Reddit’s /r/techonology

About 3 weeks ago, Reddit’s /r/technology subreddit was dropped from the default subscription list after it was discovered that a bot had been set up to automatically filter out headlines containing certain keywords that were very political in nature. (Reddit, Services, Web)

Dday016  +   133d ago
Long hair, no care
Devil-X  +   133d ago
Haha! "LONG Hair. NO Care" This is a great comment in line with this submission , I am just wondering is the meaning too deep for people to understand that you don't got enough agrees.
Qrphe  +   133d ago
Reddit drama

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Doshaxik  +   133d ago
I've got a lovely bunch of subreddits. Here they are standing in a column. Big ones small ones some as big as your Ego.
Soldierone  +   133d ago
Reddit is such a pain to use. So many rules and restrictions, yet it's still a handy tool....
ajax17  +   133d ago
Yeah, it kind of reminds me of playing Dark Souls... I want to understand it. I just haven't been able to "break through"
Soldierone  +   133d ago
Except Dark Souls doesn't revolve around a community that is power hungry and will shun you over one little mistake haha

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