The trolls on Reddit and 4chan’s /r/AskReddit have been around for years, but now, there are new rules for dealing with them.

As a result, Reddit has issued new rules to ensure that they are not tolerated.

“There is no place on Reddit for people who engage in harassment,” Reddit’s Community Guidelines for Moderators says.

“We take these issues seriously, and will take action against anyone who is found to have engaged in harassing behavior.”

This includes “inappropriate comments, comments that contain threats of violence, hate speech, racism, or other discriminatory or harassing conduct,” it continues.

The new rules have been announced after a series of controversial posts from 4chan users who have recently been targeted by Redditors. “

It’s important to note that there are no rules regarding the sharing of private information.”

The new rules have been announced after a series of controversial posts from 4chan users who have recently been targeted by Redditors.

The group’s members have posted pictures of themselves holding guns, saying they want to kill themselves, and posting the names of people who have died, as well as threats to their lives.

Users have also accused the group of posting pictures of the bodies of people killed by police officers and of posting “slanderous content,” a term for comments that are defamatory or hurtful.

They’ve also said they have been targeted with death threats, including one in which someone asked them to “burn in hell.”

“If you feel unsafe on Reddit, you should report it to the admins and report to Reddit, because they have a responsibility to protect our community,” the group’s Community guidelines say.

“If we cannot control the behavior, the admins should.”

Reddit has also said it will remove “inaccurate or disruptive” content, but does not ban users who do not comply with the new rules.

“This is a good first step in ensuring the safety of the community on Reddit,” the Reddit moderators said.

“However, as the number of people using Reddit increases, we want to ensure the rules remain in place and work to strengthen them to ensure Reddit is the safest place to post and interact online.”