The world’s largest online marketplace for justice served has raised questions about how it will respond to the Supreme Court’s ruling that it must offer access to the website as a public forum.
“There is a great risk of a court that is more willing to issue an order that is favorable to the defendant,” said Andrew Sullivan, the chief executive of Reddit, in an interview with Bloomberg News.
“We are going to be vigilant and try to get a lot of things right, and we will be ready to fight the court.
I think that is something that we should be prepared for.”
The company, which makes the popular “AskReddit” subreddit, has a large community of users, who post to the site with a wide variety of questions.
They include the latest news, political gossip and popular posts about current events.
The company says it takes the site seriously, with moderators checking that answers are accurate and that posts are not misleading.
Reddit has made it difficult for the government to access information from its servers, and the company has fought the court’s ruling in court.
The Justice Department argued that the company should be required to provide access to its servers.
The court in June struck down that requirement, and now, Reddit is offering a service that lets its users post links to court documents that they can then download for free.
Reddit said it had not received any requests to provide the service, but it said it would soon comply.
In its decision, the Supreme Warren Court said the government must not block or limit access to information provided by the public.
“The Government must not interfere with Reddit’s ability to provide such access, even if Reddit determines that the information is in the public interest,” the court wrote.
After the Supreme court ruling, Reddit, along with other internet companies, sought to have the court rule that it should be allowed to use its servers to serve information to the public, in a case known as PSA v.
The government appealed the case to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit, which ruled in June that the government can’t prohibit access to Reddit’s servers.
A hearing in the case is set for next week.