Reddit: The Most Human Place on the Internet?

Every major social platform has to wrestle with its influence on society and how its leaders’ decisions affect people. But one site that hasn’t made many headlines is Reddit, a network of hundreds of thousands of communities for people to connect across shared interests, in politics, jokes, hobbies, life struggles, and countless other topics. From new content policies to protecting user privacy, Reddit’s approach to human connection sets it apart from its peers. In a wide-ranging discussion, CEO Steve Huffman will discuss how and why Reddit is the most human place on the internet.

Festival: 2018

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