An update on the recent issues surrounding a Reddit employee

  1. Since your vetting process is clearly flawed, will you go back and re-vet all Reddit admins and mods who are already onboard, in addition to those future ones incoming?

  2. Why are these extra protections for employees not extended to the moderators that make your site work? There's a thread on

  3. Stop calling it doxxing when the person in question was literally a political candidate, making them a public figure. You guys are so full of shit honestly.

  4. How is it that you didn't adequately vet your employees but you heavily monitored and removed discussion surrounding them on your site?

  5. Given the great lengths you've gone to protect employees from harassment and doxxing, when can we expect users and moderators to receive similar protection?

  6. You guys suck lmao. “Doxxed and Harrassed” you know maybe you shouldn’t have hired a literal monster as a mod/employee??? maybe you should be doing an actual background check on your employees? I mean “adequately vet her background”?

  7. Only when the Streisand effect took place did you choose to take action, since you knew you would only dig yourselves a deeper hole. Don't act like you didn't know or even cared in the first place.

  8. Yeah, that’s great, but I’m still super disappointed at Reddit as a whole over this. Like, y’all seriously didn’t know? Do you guys vet people that little? Does that mean any person off the street could become an admin?

  9. So wait... you gave her special protections against doxxing nearly 2 weeks BEFORE the article was actually posted? What reason would you have to do that, unless you already suspected that her personal information would be shared?

  10. Why are people thanking Reddit? This is their fault for not running a proper background check on her before hiring her. Should we really be thanking Reddit for fixing something that shouldn’t have gone wrong in the first place?

  11. Why did you add extra doxxing protections if you weren’t aware of her past, as you claim by saying you “did not adequately vet her background”?

  12. Let me get this straight, you first say you didn't vet her properly, but then you say you have added extra protection to her account?

  13. Imagine hiring someone who had a kid tied up in their house and used like a fleshlight by their dad. I'm sure they fit right in at company parties and were totally normal.

  14. Yes, doxxing and harassment is a problem. Supporting someone who tortured and rapes children is really a non issue. Let’s get upset at the exposure of horrible people. Thanks for coming to my TED talk.

  15. Hiring someone based on connections rather than doing research if they’re qualified or not for the job........... The cycle never stops lol.

  16. Hi yes so this is great and all but please could I have my main account back which you suspended for "harassment" in spite of not removing literal hate that I linked to in many, many reports? You still haven't removed it and it's been multiple days, and when I appealed you gave no details whatoever.

  17. Why were the extra protections in March 9th employed without any acknowledgement or review of their background? How did you know that they were being harassed or doxxed without knowing what this individual had done?

  18. While it seems you remedied things fairly quickly this time, many of us are left asking: why does this kind of nonsense keep happening? It feels like the corporate culture at Reddit is simply toxic and attracts/keeps only employees who operate the site like petty children, and that includes you,

  19. So your excuse is just "we're incompetent and didn't vet a major employee with even a basic Google search?" Lmao clowns

  20. Shame it took the massively negative PR but glad you did it. That person was apologetic to reprehensible behaviors.

  21. Doing the right thing only after the half the site got up in arms doesn't mean you actually did the right thing here -- it just means that you didn't want to face the (financial) consequences of your past actions, such as potentially losing your user base.

  22. Tomorrow: Reddit hires R. Kelly..., Reddit bans all mentions of R. Kelly... what a bunch of gestapo idiots running Reddit, tell Serena's husband to get back to work

  23. How did it happen in the first place? That should be what you guys are answering. It’s 2021 there is ZERO way something like this should slip under the rug. It’s not a fucking parking ticket for godsake. This is absolutely insane that one of the largest web based social media platforms would be this naive...shame on you guys all around.

  24. Hey I get it looks good when you hire someone who is transgendered to a big fancy position, but it is extremely harmful to the trans community when you hire a trans individual who is a predator/a predator apologist, because there are a lot of people who equivocate trans people to predators.

  25. Now everyone on here knows their name and has googled it even if they didn’t notice what happened.... lol. What a terrible way to handle that car crash of a situation.

  26. Do I get my account back? The 6+ year old one that was banned this morning for asking who she is? Because I’d like it back.

  27. Real problem with reddit is power-crazed moderators with little mini-tyrannies over every subreddit, admins unwilling to do anything about it. This was supposed to be a free speech platform but you've centralized control and shattered the entire premise. Not to mention that you've never fixed this problem where any minority opinion in a sub that gets downvotes gets auto-throttled immediately, after a decade of this going on. Frankly the only reason you haven't had a mass user exodus is because of first mover advantage plus the nasty politics of reddit alts - anyone who's used this site long enough knows users are basically treated as a unit of revenue and nothing more.

  28. Allow me to be the first to say thank you, sincerely, to reddit for doing the right thing here. I will do everything in my power to reopen the closed subreddits as soon as possible. Managing this protest has been one of the most stressful things I've ever done but seeing the effect it's had has made it all worth it.

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  30. Seeing as Reddit is rapidly growing and becoming more mainstream, this is honestly really pathetic and inexcusable. Something like this should never happen

  31. What will be done about the fact that people like Aimee Challenor and others associated with her are in fact moderating subreddits aimed at teenagers?

  32. I don't know much about UK politics but I thought her father's case and partner's tweet went public and had caused an uproar a few years back hence why she was kicked out from two political parties? How did you guys miss that?

  33. There’s a pretty stark difference between doxxing and holding a soon to be public company to transparency/vetting. This is someone you as a company employed and then chose to protect at the expense of unpaid community members, who probably aren’t complicit in horrid crimes against children.

  34. I feel you, Spez. Of course, it's nearly impossible to do a proper background check on a person as public as Aimee Challenor was. Totally understandable, king.

  35. Whose genius idea was the zero tolerance policy on the name and thought that wasn't going to garner negative attention?

  36. Why fire them? She fit in, just as fucking pathetic as the rest of you all. This website is nothing like it used to be, so sad

  37. Why did you wait until after the backlash to resolve the issue? Reddit seemingly continues to act like all other corps - act only if the public notices.

  38. First off, you guys are the ones that doxxed her. None of us would have known her name or that she was a reddit employee until y’all created this shitstorm. This was entirely your fault.

  39. So you didn't vet her properly but decided she required additional protection? To a point where her name got you banned? Why did you decide she needed so much protection in the first place? Ah well at least you addressed it, thanks.

  40. Honestly it was super gross that this occurred at all, and made the users and especially the mods distrust the admins even further.

  41. You're only sorry because you were caught. If 200 subs hadn't banded together, you would have continued your censorious rampage with no regrets. Reddit is a mockery of what it was created to be.

  42. We would like 😄 to give 🎁 you 👈 all 💯 an update 💰 on 🔛 the recent 🕑 issues 🙅🏾‍♂️ that have transpired concerning 😯 a specific 🐒 Reddit 👽 employee 😼👌💥, as well 😦 as provide 💰 you 👈 with context 🔎 into actions 😏 that we took 👫 to prevent 🚫 doxxing and harassment 😠.

  43. There are other mods that are encouraging and even facilitating minors getting hormone therapy without the child's parents knowledge.

  44. It’s not doxing if A) the employee is a bloody politician and B) if they belong on a damn sex offenders registry. This site is full of nonces. When will you crack down on that? How the hell does 4chan, alt right underbelly of the net, where you don’t even need an account, have less pedophilia and child sexual abuse material than reddit?

  45. It's nice to see that they were fired, but why tf did you guys not fucking vet her fully before hiring lmao, seriously? This is tarnishing my experience on reddit that this shit actually had to fucking play out.

  46. Im sure if y'all managed to keep this low-key, she would still be employed. This isn't them wanting to do better, this is they fucked up and realized they lost.

  47. A young politician and transgender activist who is running for deputy leadership of the Green Party was fighting for her political life last night after it emerged that she had used her father as her election agent even though he faced charges of raping and torturing a 10-year-old girl.

  48. We are very sorry you had to discover that we didn't appropriately google searched before granting this atrocity of a person a position of power

  49. I hate cancel culture. But in this case it was the right thing to do. Pedophilia is just something we can not tolerate. We sometimes have to take a stand and I’m glad reddit choose this time to stand up for what’s right.

  50. The fact that it took the whole site blowing up and this weak post is all they have. You should be seriously investigating your staff and why it even got this far, and what other employees might have slipped under radar as well.

  51. “Specific reddit employee”. Just to be clear this is about Aimee Challenor whose father raped and tortured a 10 year old in the basement while she was in the house, and the same Aimee Challenor who married a peadophile?

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