The Internet is in turmoil.
The site is still reeling from the election of Donald Trump as the 45th President of the United States, and a series of coordinated cyberattacks have been taking place across the country.
While it’s impossible to tell exactly how many accounts are affected, there are enough that the FBI has taken notice.
On Tuesday, Reddit users noticed that the subreddit was being blocked by Google, which is known to censor search results in the United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, Germany, the United Arab Emirates, Turkey, and Spain.
A Reddit spokesperson told TechCrunch that the company was unable to provide a reason for the block.
Reddit, however, does have a history of banning sites.
In May, Reddit banned a number of sites for violating the company’s terms of service, including child porn, child pornography, and terrorism.
Reddit’s censorship policies are pretty straightforward.
The company allows users to submit content that they want to be published on the site, and the company will block the content if it violates those guidelines.
While this is a relatively small step, it has a very real impact on a user’s day-to-day life.
“It’s like having a ban on a certain activity,” user rybax told Tech Crunch.
“If you don’t want to go into a store to buy something, you won’t be able to buy it, you might be able find a different place to buy that item.
This is one of those things that can make a big difference in the day- to-day.”
The ban has also had a negative effect on Reddit users.
Users have been sharing their experiences with the censorship on social media, and some have even started to take the site down.
“I don’t think anyone has gotten to a point where they want Reddit banned.
But it has impacted people’s daily lives.
We have a large community on the subreddit and a lot of people feel that they need to know what they’re doing,” Reddit CEO Steve Huffman said in an interview with Business Insider.