PewDiePie's Fans Shamed Him Into Not Donating $50,000 to a Jewish Anti-Hate Group

The YouTube star had previously come under fire for getting praise from white nationalists and the alt-right.


Milo Yiannopoulos Says He's Broke

“I can’t put food on the table this way.”


We Analyzed More Than 1 Million Comments on 4chan. Hate Speech There Has Spiked by 40% Since 2015.

Violent threats against minorities have also proliferated on the anonymous message board.


The Alt-Right’s Love Affair with Trump Is Over. Here’s Why.

During the “Salute to America,” the alt-right was discussing “The Little Mermaid.”


The Far Right Is Doxxing and Threatening Drag Queen Story Hour. These Queens Won’t Be Stopped.

A SWAT team recently had to stand guard outside a library while Tirrany Hex read aloud “Not All Princesses Wear Pink.”


YouTube's Bungled Crackdown On Steven Crowder Only Made Him Stronger

Nearly 86,000 users subscribed to his feed over a 7-day span, up from just 15,000 the week before.


Twitch Flooded with Streams of 'Game of Thrones', Porn, and the Christchurch Attack Video

After no one watched streams for Valve-created game Artifact, some users started their own meme streams. Then other content seeped in.


From ‘Too Online’ to Alt-Right and Back Again

We also talk 'Jason X' and how books might actually be bad for learning.


Turning Point USA Chapter President Booted After Declaring "White Power" in Viral Video

In the video, the student, identified as Riley Grisar, hugs a woman in bed while making the “OK sign” with his hand and says “white power.”


How ‘Unicorn Riot’ Exposes The Far Right Online

This week, CYBER speaks to Freddy Martinez, one of the members of Unicorn Riot, a media collective that’s been tracking and exposing nazis, racists, and other far-right people on the internet.


ContraPoints Is the Opposite of the Internet

By combining humor, drag, and philosophy, YouTuber Natalie Wynn is cutting through today's culture wars with clarity and logic.


Users of far-right social network Gab can now comment on the entire internet

Founder Andrew Torba said the new service was necessary because of “rampant corporate censorship of ordinary internet users.”