"Reddit’s new policy “is terrific news,” said Danielle Citron, law professor at University of Maryland and author of Hate Crimes in Cyberspace. Though the inciting incident here is the celebrity hack, “this is for far more people that we don’t know, who aren’t celebrities, stories we never heard because they didn’t have legal teams going through thousands of photos and making takedown requests. This will have a profound impact on a place like Reddit. Read more » about With The New Reddit Ban, Revenge Porn Loses Another Battle. Will It Lose The War?
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