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The VICE Guide to Right Now

This Influencer Was Attacked by a Shark While Chasing the Perfect Gram

And she certainly got the shot.
River Donaghey
7.11.18
Face Time

When Your Arrest Photo Appears on a Mugshot Website

Lawmakers are cracking down on sites like Mugshots.com and UnpublishArrest.com. At such a mushrooming online nexus of extortion and blackmail, will the legislation make any difference?
Anjali Nayar
6.23.18
Terraform

WATCH: The Shocking Assassination of President Guy Fieri

Behind the scenes of the all-consuming future of online content creation.
Hudson Hongo
3.1.18
tv

A Eulogy for Spike TV and Its Godawful Internal Manifesto

The broiest network to ever grace our cable boxes is dead. The absurd, hyper-masculine brand manifesto they created in 2006 will live forever.
Justin Caffier
1.22.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Some Masochist Watched 'Pirates of the Caribbean' on Netflix 365 Days Straight

Just one of several weird revelations buried in the streaming service's year-end report.
Drew Schwartz
12.11.17
"What Do You Do For a Living?"

A Former Clickhole Writer Made a ‘Content Bot’ That Will Probably Become My Boss

It’s already won a comedy competition and is currently applying to be Poet Laureate for the city of Redmond, Washington.
Claire Downs
10.12.17
OUTLIERS - SUPPORTED BY GEICO

How a hippie-inspired lifestyle gets monetized for social media

Outliers: How a hippie-inspired lifestyle gets monetized for social media.
Vice Money
10.12.17
titillations

A Brief History of 'NSFW'

And how arguably the internet’s most influential acronym is changing.
Jessica Brown
8.9.17
"Upload Knights"

How Terrorists Slip Beheading Videos Past YouTube’s Censors

Other jihadi propaganda on the video-sharing platform may be visually more low-key, but are just as insidious in their own ways.
Rita Katz
5.26.17
up in arms

This Controversial 21-Year-Old Is Turning YouTube’s Homebrew Gun Scene Upside Down While Evading Censors

“This isn’t your granddaddy’s pipe gun.”
Roisin Kiberd
3.28.17
Twitter

Terror Scanning Database For Social Media Raises More Questions than Answers

Facebook, Twitter, Microsoft, and YouTube are joining forces to mark and take down 'content that promotes terrorism.' But who defines what that is?
Sarah Jeong
12.9.16
Art

All the Art You Can Watch Online This Black Friday

A mega-list of free, online art resources so you can fight consumerism by consuming knowledge.
Masha (Maria) Koblyakova
11.25.16
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