Are memes fair use? Or can you be sued for sharing and profiting off them?
Jones is getting sued for allegedly violating the copyright of Pepe the Frog's creator by selling Pepe posters on Infowars.
"You guys are snowflakes, and you’re going to go down in prison. You’re facing 40-plus years, Stone. It's coming down on you."
VICE’s Will Tilghman spent a week getting all of his “news” from InfoWars and surviving solely on the food and supplements the site peddles.
"We heard from concerned parties and have determined that the channel should be removed from our platform."
Alex Jones' InfoWars and the far-right media outlet Breitbart—as well as progressive website Occupy Democrats—a can’t be used as a source of fact in Wikipedia articles anymore, “due to its unreliability.”
Twitter said in a tweet that @infowars and @realalexjones had too long violated its “abusive behavior policy.”
“You’re not going to get arrested, man; I’ll take care of you myself,” Rubio said.
Reddit’s data hoarding community is all too familiar with massive archival projects, but collecting all of YouTube’s metadata presents some unique challenges.
Regulators in Texas have put a stop to a pirate radio station operating out of a crumbling apartment complex.
“I guess Dorsey is toying with us, or his people are.”