In the midst of Mark Zuckerberg's hours-long testimony before the Senate Commerce and Judiciary Committees, Reddit dropped its 2017 transparency report. It contained a list of nearly 1000 user accounts the company believed were involved with the Russia-backed Internet Research Agency - and unlike Tumblr, Reddit has also preserved those banned accounts' posts for review by any user. But the more alarming admission was made by CEO Steve Huffman in the comments below.