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He initially played for fun, until his friends encouraged him to play League of Legends LoL with them in While he was initially disinterested, he slowly grew to love the game.
Gosu was inspired by streamers like Doublelift , and so started streaming for fun in in order to use it as a means to overcome his shyness.
Viewers were impressed with the montage and spread the word that he was worth watching. In fact, he only revealed his face for the first time in , and only began streaming with a microphone in December This is before receiving additional income from tiered subscriptions, tips, Twitch cheer bit donations, sponsorships, merchandise sales and advertisements.
He created a character and managed to achieve Diamond rank in LoL in just over 21 hours in January Name Unknown. Age New posts.
Thread starter kidopitz27 Start date Feb 17, Last edited: Sep 20, After reading Ch. Lol about the fact that the MC just retract his attack half-way and now that he' serious well good luck appeasing the "demon".
Well the arc is done and that sect got trashed and for what? Don't provoke the demon or you will get destroyed hahahaha. We will not ban legal content even if we find it odious or if we personally condemn it.
This started discussion in the media about the ethics of anonymity and outing on the Internet. In , Reddit introduced a quarantine policy to make visiting certain subreddits more difficult.
Visiting or joining a quarantined subreddit requires bypassing a warning prompt. The community, which featured graphic depictions of violence against women , was banned after its moderators were found to be sharing users' personal information online, and collaborating to protect one another from sitewide bans.
The subreddit's leaders decided to ban individuals advocating for murder. He also expressed concern that he would be falsely labeled a child pornographer or anti-semite because of some of the subreddits he created.
Reddit CEO Yishan Wong defended the content Brutsch contributed to the site as free speech and criticized efforts to ban the Gawker link on the same basis.
In the interview with journalist Drew Griffin , Brutsch was apologetic about his activity on Reddit. He explained that he was most fond of the appreciation he got from other redditors, and that Reddit helped him relieve stress.
Brutsch also described the support he had from administrators, stating that he had received an award for his contributions.
Chris Slowe, a lead programmer of Reddit until , said of the relationship between Brutsch and the Reddit staff: "We just stayed out of there and let him do his thing and we knew at least he was getting rid of a lot of stuff that wasn't particularly legal.
Sady Doyle , writing in The Guardian , compared it to the outing of the alleged blackmailer of Amanda Todd and suggested that such outings may be justified, but that they may also unduly focus attention on individuals without confronting the underlying problems by engaging in "sensationalism" at the expense of cultural reform.
Following the Christchurch mosque shootings 15 March , more anti-Muslim posts were made on the subreddit. Deepfakes was a controversial subreddit that superimposed famous female actresses onto pornographic videos, made using FakeApp, without the consent of the actresses.
On 7 February , the day after Pornhub banned the videos, the subreddit was banned as well. On 10 June , Reddit banned five subreddits, citing an anti-harassment policy.
Described by Jillian York of the Electronic Frontier Foundation as "a subreddit where transphobic commentary has thrived", the subreddit frequently hosted posts asserting that transgender women are not women.
The subreddit was banned on 12 September due to violating Reddit's content policy regarding violence and personal information. In January , Mother Jones published a story describing the sale of guns on the site.
The report suggested that sellers were doing so to exploit a loophole in U. In the summer of , a petition on Change. The subreddit's leaders disavowed the Toronto van attack and deleted some posts by members who praised Alek Minassian's alleged actions.
Reddit's staff was initially opposed to the addition of obscene material to the site, but they eventually became more lenient when prolific moderators, such as a user named Violentacrez, proved capable of identifying and removing illegal content at a time when they were not sufficiently staffed to take on the task.
Dozens of Reddit users then posted requests for these nude photos to be shared to them by private message. It was banned on 10 September for violating Reddit's content policy regarding violent content.
Content on the subreddit was often racist, homophobic and transphobic in nature. Million Dollar Extreme Presents: World Peace , a television show created by the group, was cancelled in following coverage of the group's connections to the alt-right.
Million Dollar Extreme's YouTube channel had been terminated earlier in The subreddit's name stems from a quote by right-wing libertarian philosopher Hans-Hermann Hoppe , who wrote: "There can be no tolerance toward democrats and communists in a libertarian social order.
They will have to be physically separated and removed from society", and, by extension, their advocacy for forced deportation or physical removal of political leftists from the United States.
It was controversial for its promotion of violence against leftists and other groups. For instance, users would make reference to throwing people from helicopters , an execution method used by Augusto Pinochet.
It included both discussions surrounding the ethics of suicide and posts containing rants from Reddit users. It dissuaded people from shoplifting from smaller stores which were presumed to suffer greater losses from theft.
Stolen goods"  . The term "Chimpire" refers to a collection of subreddits and affiliated websites that promote anti-black racism, including frequent use of racial slurs.
Due to harassment of Reddit administrators and manipulation of the site's algorithms to push content to Reddit's front page using the "sticky" feature of subreddits, Reddit banned many of the sub's users who were described as "toxic".
After the Christchurch mosque shootings in , many posts appeared in the subreddit arguing that the shootings were justified, filled with anti-Muslim hate.
The sub was quarantined by Reddit admins in June for "threats of violence against police and public officials". On June 29, , Reddit banned the subreddit for frequent rule-breaking, for antagonizing the company and other communities and for failing to "meet our most basic expectations".
In August , Reddit users began sharing a large number of naked pictures of celebrities stolen, using phishing , from their private Apple iCloud accounts.
The scandal led to wider criticisms concerning the website's moderation, from The Verge and The Daily Dot.
After the Christchurch mosque shootings, Reddit banned the "Watch People Die" subreddit, dedicated to uploading media depicting real-life deaths of people, after it disseminated links to video of the shooting.
Reddit general manager Erik Martin later issued an apology for this behavior, criticizing the "online witch hunts and dangerous speculation" that took place in these investigation-oriented communities.
BuzzFeed ' s Joseph Bernstein reported that many of KotakuInAction's moderators also moderate other subreddits "devoted to either the physical and emotional degradation and humiliation of women, or in subreddits devoted to mocking and delegitimizing the arguments and appearances of feminists and " social justice warriors ".
In , KotakuInAction became the subject of an academic study done by three members of the Georgia Institute of Technology. On 12 July , the creator and head moderator of KotakuInAction removed all of the moderators and set the forum to private, alleging that it had become "infested with racism and sexism".
A Reddit employee restored the forum and its moderators an hour later. The SPLC reported that "Although some of the sites make an attempt at civility and try to back their arguments with facts, they are almost all thick with misogynistic attacks that can be astounding for the guttural hatred they express".
His response was that "We wrote about the subreddit Mens Rights, but we did not list it as a hate group" and expressed doubt that the SPLC would ever designate the community as a hate group, noting that "it's a diverse group, which certainly does include some misogynists—but I don't think that's [its basic] purpose".
Later that year, the SPLC published a statement about the reactions to their report, saying it "provoked a tremendous response among men's rights activists MRAs and their sympathizers", and "It should be mentioned that the SPLC did not label MRAs as members of a hate movement; nor did our article claim that the grievances they air on their websites — false rape accusations, ruinous divorce settlements and the like — are all without merit.
But we did call out specific examples of misogyny and the threat, overt or implicit, of violence. Georgetown University confirmed that she was not the same person as the blog's author after receiving threatening messages.
Named after the former of the red pill and blue pill concept, it was profiled by the Southern Poverty Law Center. It was discovered that a New Hampshire legislator created the subreddit and posted demeaning comments about women.
After this discovery, he resigned from office. In order to prove they are not white, a user would have to take a picture of their forearm together with their username.
In addition, users who have proved themselves to be black were given a special flair on the subreddit. The result by the subreddit gained recognition from online news sources.
It has also been criticized for often objectifying men and viewing dating competitively. Women who post on the subreddit asking for dating advice are often given advice that has been described by The Verge as socially and sexually conservative, and oppressive to women.
In accordance with the site's policies on free speech, Reddit's admins say that they do not ban communities solely for featuring controversial content.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. List of known controversial communities on Reddit. Further information: Doxing and Internet privacy. See also: Deepfake.
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