The sweet little Peepo just wants to make his favorite streamer laugh.
Watch creator Matt Furie grapple with his chilled out frog becoming a symbol of online Nazis.
Gab has experienced a huge growth spurt in the first half of 2019, a worrying sign of the spread of hateful ideologies and radicalization online.
Rather than go to court, Alex Jones has decided to settle with Pepe creator Matt Furie for appropriating the use of his cartoon frog in InfoWars merch.
Amazon pulls swastika necklace, burning crosses baby onesie, and other racist items from marketplace
But despite Amazon’s new commitment to removing hateful content or products from its site, there’s plenty of problematic material still available for purchase.
A study of hundreds of millions of images from Reddit, 4chan, Gab, and Twitter reveals how memes spread.
The far-right adopted Pepe the Frog as its own symbol of intolerance. Breaking with its policy of allowing fictional characters to push hateful messages, Facebook banned certain images of Pepe, according to internal documents.
“The goal is to keep up this enforcement so that no one out there is using Pepe in connection with hateful messages and expecting to make any money off of it.”
"I definitely got my 27-footer directly thanks to the major rise in Rare Pepe and Pepe Cash price."
When the establishment art world butts up against memes and Bitcoin.
The defendant will suggest to a federal court that her appropriation of Pepe is protected on "religious grounds as a Kekistani."
Author Eric Hauser denies the book has racist themes. Source materials provided by his illustrator tell a different story.