Regarding Reddit’s changes to APIs: is Reddit right to limit API requests from third-party apps, or do they risk alienating their users?  Do you think this signals a larger change coming for third-party app developers?

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Chief Technology Officer in Media, 2 - 10 employees
The decision of Reddit to limit API requests from third-party apps reflects their specific considerations regarding user experience, control, data usage, and security. Whether this signals a larger change for third-party app developers will depend on how other platforms and developers respond, and whether similar restrictions become more prevalent in the industry.
Director of IT in Manufacturing, 5,001 - 10,000 employees
I think we must conduct vulnerability assessment first for reddit
CTO in Healthcare and Biotech, 11 - 50 employees
By setting up that high price $12K USD for 50M APIs requests, they are alienating everybody hastily.

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