An extremist subculture festers unchecked on a meme-sharing site popular with young white men.
The Russian-owned image-sharing application is extremely popular with teen boys. It’s also full of far-right propaganda.
Instead, users will have two options: public or private.
10,000 Rounds Of Ammo And 25 Guns Were Seized From A Teenager Posting Far-Right Memes On iFunny And Discord
Justin Olsen created a Discord server for his iFunny subscribers where he allegedly threatened to kill federal officers.
The company that owns WordPress.com is buying the microblogging platform and will keep the restriction on adult content.
This Tumblr Post About Extremism From Four Years Ago Goes Viral After Every Shooting. Its Creator Finally Explained It.
The original poster, Shitpostradamus, said a blog run by a white nationalist brony inspired him to make the chart.
“This site promotes content that constitutes hate speech and is unacceptable,” a spokesperson for Amazon told BuzzFeed News.
The phone numbers and addresses were accidentally made public on the E3 Expo's website. The spreadsheet is now being shared across the internet.
“By lumping us in with fake news and questioning whether we really qualify as satire, Snopes appears to be actively engaged in an effort to discredit and deplatform us.”
“Furries want something they can fuck/fap to and the Cats movie is not that,” one furry said.
As the suspect was being held at gunpoint by police, he was allegedly updating his Instagram story with photos of the victim.
At VidCon’s 10-Year Anniversary, Influencers, Fans, And Brands All Seem Ready To Leave YouTube Behind
Get ready to feel so old that you turn to dust.
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Young users on the wildly popular video app have created an ad hoc system of screenshot leaks and callout videos meant to out abusers and predators.
“I’m a history teacher, not someone who promotes hatred.”
YouTube Has Begun Blocking Discriminatory Content Just A Day After Saying It Doesn’t Violate Its Policies
YouTube’s announcement Wednesday follows a viral Twitter thread by Vox journalist Carlos Maza documenting the anti-gay abuse he’s experienced on YouTube for years.
Silicon Valley may have begun the era of social media, but its future could be in China.
It’s called Liquid Death, it costs $1.83 a can, and it’s literally just water.
Pornhub confirmed to BuzzFeed News that it is interested in acquiring Tumblr after news broke that Verizon is looking to sell the blogging platform.