Internet

Internet

How YouTube's Ban on Dangerous Stunts Will Affect Creators

The platform is cracking down on pranksters who'll do anything for views.
Kara Weisenstein
13 hours ago
Sex

What I Saw During 12 Hours On the Hook-Up Site Replacing Tinder

For 20 and 30-somethings looking purely for hook-ups, Fab Swingers is exploding in popularity as apps focus on relationships and websites lose their "personals" sections.
James Nolan
1.7.19
Culture

Please Let Snoop Dogg Adopt This Dog Named Snoop

It’s kismet.
Kara Weisenstein
1.4.19
Facebook

Question of the Day: What's the Worst Thing We'd Find in Your Facebook Messages?

"Probably the naughty messages from university time."
Charlie Cottrell
12.20.18
porn

You Can Make £70,000 by Reporting Porn to the Police in China

The government recently doubled the bounty for pornbusters who snitch on people publishing illicit content.
Gavin Butler
12.10.18
Memes

We Asked the Meme Illuminati If They Can Force a Meme to Happen

Why was the surgery on a grape meme so popular, but that one about beavers loving logs so short-lived?
Niloufar Haidari
12.4.18
Internet

A Rhetoric Professor Explains How to Win an Online Argument

"I wouldn't verbally abuse them because an insult pulls you down into a state of weakness."
Vincenzo Ligresti
11.26.18
SEX

Meet Brad, the Guy Keeping Your Vibrator Safe from Hackers

With his Internet of Dongs Project, RenderMan, AKA Brad Haines, is dead set on protecting smart sex toys.
Mark Hay
11.16.18
Internet

The Internet Diary of an 18-Year-Old

British teenagers are some of "the most extreme" internet users in the world. But what are they doing online?
Nana Baah
10.24.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Man Fired For Roundhouse Kicking Woman at Anti-Abortion Rally

The video of the hair stylist winding up and roundhouse kicking an anti-abortion protestor has quickly gone viral.
Mack Lamoureux
10.5.18
Culture

You Can Smoke Weed Out of This Cursed Furby Bong

Furbong is the pinnacle of human innovation.
Beckett Mufson
10.4.18
News

Hundreds of People Have Died Taking Selfies, Study Says

A study on deaths resulting from selfies is recommending that we set up “selfie free zones.”
Mack Lamoureux
10.2.18
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