Any social media website allows doxxing such as:
Reddit, a cesspool of fedora wearing borgs who turn violent when you form your own non PC opinion
Facebook, a gathering of like minded narcissistic "hacktivists" degenerates.
Tumblr, a toxic concentration of pure ignorance and self pity ... truly fucking evil.
Twitter, the hive of sanitized double speaking sheeple normies that also comes from these other cancerous websites.
Reminder that for all the shit 4chan gets
It doesn't allow doxxing or raiding
Reddit doesn't allow doxxing. Reddit happens to be a very large place where it's easy for "underground" communities to avoid the eyes of the moderators, but whenever a "doxxing" subreddit is found, it is eventually deleted.
http://reddit.com/r/coontown being an example. It wasn't deleted for being racist, but because it was found to be a "Raid" board, in that people would attack the facebooks of any black person they decided they didn't like that day.
Facebook, Tumblr, and Twitter are bad though, I agree. I just want you to be accurate with your accusations.
Maybe I'm reading this graph wrong, but it feels like the opposite happened, and then they recovered slowly, and then they continued to grow in the same proportion as they've always grown.
The subs were more of a legal liability than a financial one.
Outcomes don't prove motivations, especially with financial decisions.
Who cares if they did it for money anyway. It's their property. Evidently sites like 4chan aren't very profitable so naturally the 30th biggest site on the internet or whatever Reddit is has to be more softcore. It's still quite anti-PC compared to the rest of the internet.