The Reddit community is growing rapidly.
Over half a million users have signed up for the platform since its inception in 2008.
But with so many new users, Reddit’s legal lean has become increasingly toxic.
Reddit has been accused of being a “peddler of child porn” and “child-exploitation” site, as well as a platform for the dissemination of child pornography.
Reddit’s userbase, however, is growing steadily, and it has an unprecedented amount of content to choose from.
In fact, Reddit has nearly 500 million users, and there are currently more than 100 million registered subreddits on the site.
In 2017, the number of banned subreddits reached over 300 million.
Reddit users have also grown in number.
Between October 2017 and February 2018, the total number of registered subreddits increased by more than 671 percent, and by over 2,200 percent since 2016.
In 2018 alone, there were over 4.5 million registered users of Reddit.
According to Reddit’s FAQ page, the site’s legal stance has always been very clear: “This site and its members are intended to be a forum for sharing opinions, sharing ideas, and providing communities for people to express themselves and collaborate.
The vast majority of posts on Reddit are not illegal in the United States and many of the more than 5 million posts made on Reddit in 2018 are considered by law enforcement to be truthful, non-malicious, and not intended to incite or otherwise harass.
This does not mean that all content posted on Reddit is legal in the US, nor that it is illegal to post on Reddit.
For example, you can post whatever you want in the comments section of a post.
We do not prohibit content that is legal or not illegal.
The purpose of this FAQ is to educate our users about the legal issues surrounding Reddit, and to give them the tools to protect themselves online.”
Reddit’s community policy states that: “We have strict policies in place that prohibit the posting of copyrighted or unauthorized content.
We also have policies that allow our community moderators to remove or block content that violates our policies.
If we believe content violates these policies, we may take appropriate action against the violator.”
Reddit has also made some attempts to make things better for users.
Reddit recently implemented an “anti-harassment” policy that was designed to address harassment.
This policy allows moderators to ban users from their communities for engaging in abusive behavior.
This means that if users post a picture of their dog or cat, they can be banned from the subreddit and may not be able to post again.
However, it does not necessarily mean that these types of content will be removed by the moderators.
The Reddit staff has also been making efforts to create safer communities, with the intention of improving the experience for everyone involved.
However this policy is currently under review and may change.
In the meantime, Reddit users can still find their way around Reddit.
The website is available in more than 130 languages.
To learn more about the company, visit reddit.com.