Reddit releases 2019 transparency report: Highlights its effort to maintain content standard

Reddit released its annual transparency report today where the social media platform discusses its protocols for removing spam content. According to the report, Reddit hosted 2,767,257,085 pieces of content on its platform. This includes posts and comments both. However, periodically Reddit receives requests to remove some content from its website that seems inappropriate, offensive, or abusive.
To remove such content, Reddit has two options Moderators and Admins. The Mods are usually community-led and are either selected by default or selected by other moderators while Admins are employees of Reddit who remove content that violates the company’s policy.

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