Reddit used free speech to defend its forums of pictures of young girls but blocked Gawker for 'outing' the man behind them.

This article titled “Reddit wants free speech – as long as it agrees with the speaker” was written by James Ball, for guardian.co.uk on Monday 15th October 2012 12.15 UTC

Reddit is the biggest and most influential website you've probably never heard of. The self-styled “home page of the internet”, it can pull in more than 3bn page views a month. An article posted on its front page can expect to pull in half a million extra visitors, at minimum – and it was given extra gravitas last month when it was judged worthy of an online campaign stop by President Barack Obama himself.

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