People Are Calling for the Disbandment of Indonesia’s Radical Islamist Group
The online petition demanding the government to refuse the Islamic Defenders Front's permit renewal is gaining traction. But is it enough?
'I Think You Should Leave' Is Like Weird Twitter as a TV Show
Tim Robinson's new Netflix sketch comedy has clear, hilarious ties to the humour of online.
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Can Singapore’s New Law Against Fake News Affect Free Speech?
Activists say the law grants the government sweeping powers and could lead to censorship.
The Wild, Terrifying Story of an Influencer's Plot to Steal a URL at Gunpoint
He's facing up to 20 years in prison for hiring someone to put a gun to a man's head and demand his domain name.
Blind People Can Struggle to Understand Memes, So They Made Their Own
Screen-reading software allows visually impaired people to use the internet, but it hits a wall when it comes to memes.
Understanding the Alt-Right's Growing Fascination with 'Eco-Fascism'
In his 74-page so-called manifesto, the Christchurch shooter described himself as an 'eco-fascist'. What is it?
The World’s Biggest Online Drug Market Has Shut Down—What's Next?
Under mysterious circumstances, Dream Market is due to close at the end of April. Is the game up for the big online drug bazaars?
Could We Blow Up the Internet?
Is it possible to take down the internet by physically attacking its infrastructure?
Why You Should Make a 'Digital Will'
We spoke to psychologist Elaine Kasket about her new book that looks at what happens to our data when we die.
How 'Lofi Hip Hop Radio to Relax/Study to' Became a YouTube Phenomenon
The infinitely looped clips of anime set to chill-ass beats have millions of devoted followers. Why?
Inside the Super Positive Community of Competitive YouTube Water Drinkers
Deep in the heart of YouTube exists a wholesome little oasis of highly hydrated young people.
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Meet the YouTube Star Who's De-Radicalizing Young, Right-Wing Men
"People don't care about facts as much as they think they do," says Natalie Wynn