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.
In recent years, the tabletop fantasy game has attracted a small but vocal alt-right minority. Now, community members are trying to do something about it.
"Groyping" is a new far-right propaganda tool that has made its way from the American alt-right to the UK's talk radio shows.
“There are going to be days that I’m not going to be able to be here.”
“The user-generated content found in World of Warcraft is just one example of how far-right extremists are infiltrating online platforms and video games,” he said.
"I know enough about history to know what happened in Europe in the '30s," Judge Mark Dwyer said.
The YouTube star had previously come under fire for getting praise from white nationalists and the alt-right.
Violent threats against minorities have also proliferated on the anonymous message board.
During the “Salute to America,” the alt-right was discussing “The Little Mermaid.”
A SWAT team recently had to stand guard outside a library while Tirrany Hex read aloud “Not All Princesses Wear Pink.”
Nearly 86,000 users subscribed to his feed over a 7-day span, up from just 15,000 the week before.