The Current | Feb 22, 2013 | 22:00
Reddit 's Erik Martin on managing the 'Front Page of the Internet'
One of the internet's main viral-enablers: A website where user-democracy votes up, and down, pictures, comments, and videos. Today meet the man who oversees Reddit, the hugely popular, widely influential and highly controversial online community that is often called "The Front Page of the Internet." Erik Martin tells us about his desire for a free and open internet and what - if anything - should be out of bounds.