Reddit has banned more than 2,000 communities on its platform which it says violate a series of new rules against hate speech, including one of the most active pro-Trump communities online. The community, called The_Donald, which had around 800,000 active members “has consistently hosted and upvoted more rule-breaking content than average” and “antagonized us and other communities,” the company...
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