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Reddit wants you to decide who gets 10 percent of its ad revenue this year

02
Mar
2014

This year Reddit is contributing more than memes to society, its passing out cash. In a blog post today the site announced plans to donate 10 percent of its advertising revenue for the year to non-profits. At the end of the year, the site plans to open up a virtual suggestion box where users can nominate non-profits they think should receive the money.

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