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Reddit Blackout: Is this the end?

"Over the past week, the internet has been abuzz with news of the Reddit Blackout, a protest by volunteer moderators who have shut down over 5000 subreddits in opposition to the platform's new API pricing policies.  Originally set to last for just 48 hours, the blackout has continued indefinitely, and tensions between the moderators and Reddit's owners are mounting. In this blog post, we'll take a closer look at what's been happening with the Reddit Blackout and what it means for the future of the platform. Is this the end of Reddit as we know it? Let's find out." Introduction Brief explanation of what the Reddit blackout is The Reddit blackout is a protest by the site's users against the company's plans to introduce charges for third-party apps. The protest involves subreddits going offline to prevent the changes from happening. This has resulted in some major subreddits joining the blackout indefinitely, while others are taking partial steps by b

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