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China censorship powerhouse invests $311m in Reddit

New Zealand Herald Sunday, 10 February 2019
China censorship powerhouse invests $311m in RedditReddit is reportedly set to land a massive investment from a Chinese censorship powerhouse in order to keep the "Internet's front page" rolling.Web-tech giant Tencent is expected to inject US$210 million (NZ$311 million) into the...
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