Well, speaking of controlling the narrative, this did not take long to work out as predicted. When Reddit took a $300 million investment from Tencent, people expected to see changes in content policy. Reddit is apparently popular in China among a truth-seeking population that uses all manner of technology to bypass the Great Firewall of China . So, here we have yet another proof point that content that is objectionable is now subject to quarantine. The story is recapped here: https://thefreethoughtproject.com/r...stion-9-11-direct-users-to-govt-site-instead/ That Orwellian dystopia looks more real every day. I would have happily been the Reddit registrar back in the day. However, that ship sailed, just like WhatsApp which sold out to Facebook for $22 billion. Nothing to see here.