Reddit Details Its 5 Community Values

Remember the Human, Empower Communities, Keep Reddit Real, Privacy Is a Right, Believe in the Good

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Reddit detailed its community values last week, with CEO Steve Huffman explaining in a blog post, “Over the past 16 years, I’ve watched as you have organized into thousands of communities, created an endless amount of fun and interesting content, supported one another and galvanized global movements. Bolstering that growth has been sets of written and implicit values that have helped make Reddit what it is today. With the help of many of you, we have codified these into a set of community values that will continue to shape Reddit as we grow and evolve, and I’m excited to share them with you today.”

The platform’s five community values are:

Remember the Human: Huffman wrote, “We respect Redditors and work hard to give them a place where self-expression can thrive and communities can achieve amazing things together.



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