Reddit will now ban you for upvoting content you agree with that they disagree with. With no examples of the rule-breaking content provided. And their “we are not a publisher” stance.

Absolutely no example of the “rule-breaking” post or comment provided. Anything the admins consider to be rule-breaking can be grounds for a temporary or permanent ban. There is no way for the user to correct their behavior if no example is provided and since the subjective nature of “offensive post or comment” is a moving target this is nothing but political cover for admins to ban users at will. Yet, they are not a publisher and not subject to the rules in that regard. Sure.


h/t TrumpCardUpMySleeve