hand of cucks rambling >So the admins made a public rule change today, and have nuked multiple subs alongside it. Given the body of the rule change, we should be fine, as it actually falls mostly in line with what we made as a public change several months ago.
>In particular, we found that the policy regarding “inciting” violence was too vague, and so we have made an effort to adjust it to be more clear and comprehensive. Going forward, we will take action against any content that encourages, glorifies, incites, or calls for violence or physical harm against an individual or a group of people; likewise, we will also take action against content that glorifies or encourages the abuse of animals. This applies to ALL content on Reddit, including memes, CSS/community styling, flair, subreddit names, and usernames.
>We are seeking some clarification on a few related points, but for the most part expecting not to have to make any real changes here in response to this. The clarification we are seeking is if we are going to be required to remove such comments in the future, or can continue as we have with approving and having our immediate public warning/ban comment in direct response to the violating comment.
>Once we have that clarified, I'll update this to reflect whatever they state.
>EDIT 1 Since some people are asking - the current banned list includes (but is not limited to, bans are still being handed out):