Friday, May 03, 2013

Reddit revises its privacy policy and invites comments in reddit style

The social news site,, has revised its privacy policy. Though the new policy doesn't go into effect until May 15, 2013, the site has invited redditors to comment on it in true reddit style. Thousands of comments have been submitted and the author of the policy, Lauren Gelman, has been responding to the comments and making revisions in response.

Check out the discussion: reddit's privacy policy has been rewritten from the ground up - come check it out : blog.

As a privacy lawyer, I found the discussion to be very interesting, since you don't often get such a direct understanding of how different people approach these documents.

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