If you’re a parent of teenagers, you may have seen them browsing a site called Reddit, and you may have been unable to decipher what they were looking at. Not only do Reddit pages bear an incredibly confusing design, but there’s so much happening on the site that you probably wouldn’t know where to begin. Image: Nick Bush You also may have seen Reddit in the news. And that might give you pause to wonder what your children are doing on there and who they’re doing it with. We have some answers. MORE: Best Parental-Control Apps What is Reddit? Often referred to as “the front page of the internet,” Reddit is a social news website. Its content is generated by more than 243 million monthly active users (who call themselves redditors) that come together to share stories, links and images, as well as engage in often-heated debate. All of that activity is monitored by unpaid yet dedicated forum moderators. r/All, the front page of Reddit If you visit Reddit, the first thing you’ll see is its front page, also known as r/all, which compiles the most popular posts at a given moment. That list contains trending news, controversial stories or… Read full this story
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