A thriving Discord community has become an essential part of the game dev toolkit—especially for small independent games and busy community managers.
“Obviously I took it a step beyond what's considered shitposting which I regret,” he told VICE News.
It’s all fun and games. Until it’s not.
The cease and desist tells recipients to not use Facebook's or Instagram's services "for any reason whatsoever," according to a section obtained by Motherboard.
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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.