Ars Technica reported yesterday that this statement:
As of January 29, 2015, reddit has never received a National Security Letter, an order under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, or any other classified request for user information. If we ever receive such a request, we would seek to let the public know it existed.
-- present in Reddit's Transparency Report published last year covering 2014 -- was missing from the new 2015 edition, published yesterday. Reddit CEO Steve Huffman, known on the site as "spez," wrote: "I've been advised not to say anything one way or the other."
Which, of course, says it all.