Monday, December 2, 2013


1. Do you feel like Reddit should be blamed for for the Sunil Tripathi debacle, or is it the fault of journalists who took the information and ran with it without fact checking?

2. Dylan Byers, a reporter at Politico, said "When I tweet that CNN is reporting that authorities have someone in custody and then 10 minutes later tweet that NBC is tweeting that nobody was in custody, I'm not saying one is right and the other is wrong. Instead I'm using Twitter as a tool to get out what information is out there and tracing it back to the source." Do you think this is an acceptable approach?

3. Should Reddit change the way in which it disperses it's information to the public?

4. Had the original post about the similarities between Tsarnaev and Tripathi occurred on facebook, twitter, or any other social media site, would the reaction have been different, and how?

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