Despite widespread protest, Reddit CEO says company is 'not negotiating' on 3rd-party app charges


If you hopped on Reddit to scroll through your favorite forums this week, you may have encountered ‘private’ or ‘restricted’ messages. That’s because thousands of subreddits chose to go dark in an ongoing protest over the company’s plan to start charging certain third-party developers to access the site’s data.


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