Reddit is sometimes called "the frontpage of the Internet." 170 million people a month help upload, curate, and make viral the cat photos, prank videos, and topical discussions that help fuel our neverending thirst for content.
But recent moves by Reddit management to tighten up their content policy have threatened what is seen as the fundamentally "free speech" culture at Reddit.
David Weinberger and Adrienne Debigare recently wrote about Reddit's crossroads for the Harvard Business Review (https://hbr.org/2015/07/how-reddit-the-business-lost-touch-with-reddit-the-culture).
They joined us this week to talk about the culture of Reddit, free speech, and just who gets to make these decisions anyway?
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