Reddit Bans Links to Russian State-Controlled Media Outlets

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Reddit said Friday that it disallowed links to Russian state-controlled media outlets across its platform.

Many communities had already been banning such links.

Reddit will continue to not allow ads targeting Russia or from any entity based in Russia.

As for its efforts to moderate content for misinformation, Reddit explained in a blog post Friday, “To make the fast decisions needed right now, an internal rapid response team with representatives from across the company has been set up and includes both Russian and Ukrainian speakers.



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