Reddit to stop publishing its main source code after nine years in the public domain

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Reddit to stop publishing its main source code after nine years in the public domain

Reddit claims move is part of a growing up process for the popular website

Popular social media website Reddit has removed its main source code from the internet after nine years in the public domain. Access to the code was made public in 2008 as the company attempted to improve...

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