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/r/tech: Technological innovations and changes.

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The goal of /r/tech is to provide a space dedicated to the intelligent discussion of innovations and changes to technology in our ever changing world.

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Allowed submissions

> > • High quality news articles about technology.

> • Informative and thought provoking self posts

> • Posts should be about innovations and changes in technology.

Disallowed submissions

> > • Memes and image macros

> • Links to images and videos

> • Blogspam

> • Editorialized/sensationalized titles

> • 'Advertorial' submissions and other spam

> • Requests for tech support or PC building advice

> • Petitions, paywalls and surveys.

> • Crowdfunding (i.e. kickstarter and similar websites)

> • Duplicates of already highly upvoted stories

> • Links to other subreddits

> • Political submissions should be submitted to /r/politics or /r/politicaltech.

Disallowed comments

> > • Racism and bigotry

> • Attacks on other users

> • Unmarked NSFW links

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> > The moderators of /r/tech are firmly committed to transparency in every moderation action that we take. To this end, we make these promises:

> • Every post that we remove that is made by a legitimate user (i.e. not a spammer) will be accompanied by a comment or flair saying why it was removed. This includes posts removed using /u/AutoModerator.

> • Major rule changes will be discussed with the community.

> • We will endeavor to answer any messages sent to modmail and will not protest to any messages being made public.

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