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Mar 5, 2019 23:25 news
Recently, I signed up a Reddit account, because I knew it is a popular forum in the US.

Actually, I sometimes went to Reddit and checked the Yankee's news and discussion before.

I read in the news that Tencent, the largest China game company, committed 1.5 billion USD to Reddit.

Because of politics, many users fretted that the freedom of speech in Reddict would be curbed by China's censorship.

I found that Tencent is also holding the lion share of some American game studios, but players' remarks are not restricted on their servers.

I think perhaps so far, Reddit users needn't worry their forum will be intervened by political muscle