A quick guide to all the words we learned this year that capture the 2020 mood.
What I saw as a way to kill boredom during quarantine has turned into a community I find comfort in.
The large network of the anti-government movement, deemed a national security threat, has exploded on the platform since February.
Discord determined the server violates their community guidelines for “threatening and encouraging violence” after VICE News reported its existence.
Following Motherboard's reporting, the servers—which were full of people trading and selling content ripped from subscriber-only sites—were permanently banned, along with their owners.
Trolls are exploiting Zoom's technical deficiencies to traumatise people, including school kids.
It’s the latest in data dumps involving the internal messages of online neo-Nazis.
Profiteers are monitoring hot ticket quarantine items with software so they can buy up restocked products before everyone else has a chance.
Performers get up to 15 minutes. Audience members can laugh in isolation. No two-drink minimum and more importantly: no germs.
When one of their friends said he killed three people and was about to kill another, the members of a gaming forum sprung into action. But they were faced with a terrible situation—the clock was ticking and they had no idea where the alleged killer was.
For many e-girls, Bianca Devins' death hit way too close to home.