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  1. Jerks on Reddit Worried That Banning the Sharing of Unauthorized Nude Images Harms Their Rights

    Or some nonsense like that.

    Hey, remember how excited everyone was last week when Reddit's privacy policy added a section on the removal of sexually explicit imagery posted without the subject's consent? Sure you do, because you're not one of the jerky, faux-intellectual concern trolls currently clutching their digital pearls over all that censorship who weren't excited about it. Right?

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  2. Reddit Privacy Policy Update Requires Consent to Post Nude Images

    Hooray! The bare minimum of human decency is now policy!

    For those of you who thought you'd never find a more wretched hive of scum and villainy than Reddit, the site is taking baby steps in a better direction: an update to their privacy policy bans the sharing of nude or sexually explicit images without the subject's consent.

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  3. Excellent Human Terry Crews Is Majorly Stoked for Female Ghostbusters, Tells Reddit He’s “a BIG Feminist”

    Literally, and figuratively, a big feminist.

    Terry Crews is super excited for the new Ghostbusters. Like, Caps Lock excited.

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  4. Redditor’s Friend Turns Her Apartment Into Hogwarts For the Best Birthday Surprise

    It's not a party 'til Moaning Myrtle rolls in.

    Redditor Katie's family has forgotten her birthday in the past, so when Katie turned 28 last Tuesday, her best friend made up for less-than-magical celebrations from previous years by transfiguring Katie's home into the world of Harry Potter.

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  5. “Hide Fedora” Is A Browser Extension That Blocks Le Reddit Armie’s Meta-Trolling

    Can we get one for life?

    There's good news and bad news: The bad news is that no one has managed to make Youtube comments a good place for humanity quite yet. The good news is that at least some incremental progress has been made, in the form of a new browser extension called Hide Fedora.

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  6. The Best of Margaret Atwood’s Reddit AMA

    Questions, questions that need answering!

    The great science fiction author and poet Margaret Atwood came to Reddit this week to answer the community's questions about her work, the state of the world, and which literary character she'd date if she had to pick one. So far as I can tell, nobody asked the duck question. But here are some questions that WERE asked:

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  7. Bill Gates Gives Redditor Her Christmas Wish: A Loki Helmet

    He did not include the gift of "glorious purpose."

    This cat logs on every day to moderate submissions in r/pics.

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  8. Reddit AMA With Female Computer Scientists Becomes All About Their Gender Because Of Course It Does

    Downvote.

    Ahhh, the Ask Me Anything subreddit is such a conundrum. Sometimes you get clever and engaging questions that invoke witty and insightful responses from movie stars, writers, scientists, or even your everyday dog groomers and office workers. Then, sometimes you get people haranguing you over a single word in your thread subject line and also asking you your bra size. Guess which happened this time?

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  9. [UPDATED] Reddit Bans Sony Hack File Sharing While Threats of Violence at The Interview Screenings Loom

    The transition from bizarre to frightening has been swift.

    The Sony Pictures hack has brought out emails, full movies, and personal information of Sony employees, and things still appear to be escalating. Most recently, threats were made involving violence at screenings of The Interview which resulted in the New York premiere's cancellation. Now, Reddit moderators have finally started cracking down on those sharing files obtained through the Sony hack.

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  10. Serial Subreddit Starts Scholarship Fund To Memorialize Hae Min Lee

    For once, I salute you, Reddit.

    The groundbreaking first season of the Serial podcast ends this week, and some intrepid Redditors are ensuring that Hae Min Lee's memory will live on even after excitement over the show inevitably fades away.

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