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How Reddit avoids content moderation woes of Facebook, Twitter and YouTube: Content moderation is the issue that won’t go away for YouTube (GOOG), Facebook (FB) and Twitter (TWTR). As the social media juggernauts face harsher and harsher scrutiny and pressure to police the billions of posts on their sites, smaller players are keeping close watch of the regulatory action. Read more

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