Well, it seems the student had other plans.
It included both discussions surrounding the ethics of suicide and posts containing rants from Reddit users.
But they're unlikely to help users who mistakenly make their private photos public, whether due to absentminded error or simple unfamiliarity with Photobucket or privacy protocols.
The community already has 1,800 subscribers and a full page of links.
The subreddit's leaders decided to ban individuals advocating for murder.
I spent some time this afternoon digging through the thread.
Critics of Reddit's position argued at the time that it had not been consistent in following its free speech philosophy.
Within a day of the article being published, Brutsch was fired by his employer, and the link to the exposé was briefly banned from Reddit.