The sports blog has been an invaluable resource for soccer fans for a long time.
And now, thanks to reddit’s growth and popularity, they’re now able to share their love of the sport.
But, like other sites, Reddit has also seen its share of controversies.
The social news site recently received a cease and desist letter from the FTC after a user claimed the site had a “possible anti-competitive effect” and “discriminatory treatment.”
In a letter sent last week, Reddit said that the company “will continue to take action to protect users and the site’s users” from any future violations of the FTC’s anti-trust regulations.
In a statement on the site, the company said that it “has zero tolerance for unlawful activity.”
The site also said that its rules have been applied “to both legitimate and unlawful activity” in the past.