Reddit’s first transparency report shows it complied with just 32 user info requests in 2014


Reddit has released its first transparency report for the service, providing insight into the amount of user information requests and takedowns the site experienced in 2014. In 2014, the site received just 55 requests for user information spanning 78 user accounts. The company said that in 32 of those requests, it disclosed some information which was made up of either account registration data, logs or content uploaded by users. The report points out that many of these government requests contained demands to withhold warnings to the users in question with “no legal weight” and the company “actively disregarded these non-binding…

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