Pepe the Frog
Matt Furie has wrested control of Pepe from neo-Nazis and Alex Jones. Now he faces the blockchain, while selling NFTs for millions himself.
The new documentary delves into how the alt right co-opted Matt Furie's creation, and the impossible task of containing anything on the internet.
Artist Matt Furie opens up about how his creation changed his life and changed the internet in a new documentary.
Jones is getting sued for allegedly violating the copyright of Pepe the Frog's creator by selling Pepe posters on Infowars.
A white nationalist in a Pepe shirt crashed the press conference about his harassment of a black female lawmaker
"The online communications that were sent to Ms. Morris by Max Misch and others were clearly racist and extremely offensive," Attorney General T.J. Donovan said.
Court documents reveal how Alex Jones' company will fight to keep selling Pepe branded merchandise.
The Daily Stormer has removed all images and references of the famously chill frog after getting DMCA notices from Matt Furie.
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.
"I definitely got my 27-footer directly thanks to the major rise in Rare Pepe and Pepe Cash price."
NEMESIS, developed by Emily Crose, is a program to automatically identify hate symbols on the internet.
The alt-right promises to fight for the right to shitpost.
'Pepe is a peaceful frog who represents togetherness and fun—not hate.'