In his first Reddit AMA (Ask Me Anything) forum, the renowned physicist plans to discuss his concerns that artificial intelligence could one day outsmart mankind if we're not careful.
The software maker shares tools to help victims of "nonconsensual pornography" and will scrub links from its search engine.
The social sharing site adds new rules to control its dark side, while some Redditors find refuge at Voat.co. And Uber deals with a different sort of drama in New York, calling for action on its app.
As social-news site Reddit tries to clean up its act by limiting some speech, an alternative springs up, promising to be more freewheeling.
Steve Huffman, the latest chief of the social news site, skirted a few issues Reddit fans and foes are keen to know more about.
During an "Ask Me Anything" session, Reddit CEO Steve Huffman outlines the types of content that are now prohibited. This is his post to the community.
Reddit's new CEO is cracking down on the type of posts published on the popular social news site. No longer allowed: private data, or anything that incites violence.
Reddit's co-founder, now CEO, plans to clamp down on offensive posts, but risks further angering the site's users. That should make for a lively "Ask Me Anything" forum Thursday afternoon.
The former Reddit CEO Yishan Wong takes to the popular news site to reveal more details in what has evolved into a corporate soap opera.
Ex-Facebooker Bethanye Blount spent less than two months at Reddit before, she says, she realized that the social-news site's plans for the future may be unworkable.
Former Reddit CEO Yishan Wong says co-founder Alexis Ohanian was behind the abrupt dismissal of popular executive Victoria Taylor and let Pao "take the heat," leading to her resignation.
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Internet sensations Ian Hecox and Anthony Padilla discuss how YouTube has changed and why among all their goals, "real TV" isn't an ambition.