Reddit bans r/watchpeopledie in the wake of the NZ mosque massacres

Reddit bans r/watchpeopledie in the wake of the NZ mosque massacres

Reddit has banned r/watchpeopledie, a subreddit that hosted videos of people dying gruesomely. The ban comes after the subreddit re-hosted videos of the recent mosque massacres in New Zealand. The subreddit has been banned for violating Reddit’s content policy about glorifying or encouraging violence.

Sonic Boom (CorpsmanMcLovin)
Sonic Boom (CorpsmanMcLovin) 1 year

Of course they do. Censorship when it's convenient.

Robert Contofalsky
Robert Contofalsky 1 year

This made me delete my account, along with the Reddit app as well. r/watchpeopledie was a supremely interesting sub, and the PC world literally drove it to the ground.

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error msg 001 1 year

I had no idea something like this existed. What a gross forum!

IIZard 1 year

Because making it harder to track this information can only make counter terrorism efforts easier

Rational ific
Rational ific 1 year

I am against ALMOST all censorship. However, if there was a time to censor, this would be it. This assumes that police already know about such footage, and can prosecute the case with the footage that they already have. I am happy for people to say offensive things. But if someone's child or spouse is killed on video, and people come to see it (mostly for fun, not for detective work, if I had to guess), that should not be made public. Heck, many types of videography require a living and willing person to sign a consent / release form. Not wanting to be in video publicly as one does sounds like a decent expectation of privacy, even if in a "public" place.

Andrew Colomy
Andrew Colomy 1 year

Its impossible to be anything but a leftie NPC on reddit.

Sir Dragon
Sir Dragon 1 year

Why was that even a thing

Justin Kidd
Justin Kidd 1 year

Have you seen the Reddit comments? Super leftist in general.

Max Maidment
Max Maidment 1 year

Not to mention pewdiepiesubmissions

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