It turns out that a team of professionals are behind the TikTok videos that sent the internet into a panic.
A former police detective put up $10,000 to anyone who could help get the conspiracy theorist known as Agent Margaritaville arrested, claiming he and his family were the subject of intense harassment.
A police officer who drove around a tenant late on the rent and repeatedly threatened to kill him and sell his child remains a cop but will be demoted.
Last week, two YouTubers were arrested for threatening to rape an Indian comedian over a year-old joke.
“I’m certain they’re aware it’s illegal, and I’m certain they don’t care.”
Floral arrangements covered in barbed-wire are just the beginning.
The website has also seen photos and recipes of beef in the past, when it was hacked while Prime Minister Narendra Modi was taking oath.
Pro-Remain MPs say they're getting death threats that echo Johnson's own words, but the embattled prime minister appears totally shameless.
Timothy J. Ireland Jr. was arrested in Toledo for posting a threatening message on Facebook and telling Capitol Police he meant it.
Reddit placed a quarantine on the pro-Donald Trump subreddit for “threats of violence against police and public officials.” Users must now go through a warning portal before accessing the subreddit.
U.S. intel officials from the FBI, DOJ and DHS seemed fairly unfamiliar with the platform during a Congressional hearing Wednesday.
On World Press Freedom Day, we get Salil Tripathi, Chair of PEN International Writers in Prison Committee, to write about the reality that exists.