The intersection of the internet and the state.
Mitt Romney, aka ‘Pierre Delecto,’ uses a fake account to lurk on Twitter
Unfortunately, it's locked now.
Major protests in Lebanon triggered by plan to tax WhatsApp calls
The proposed tax has resulted in protests against corruption and economic woes.
PewDiePie banned in China after reacting to Winnie the Pooh memes
He spoke about the Hong Kong protests and mocked Xi Jinping.
Anti-impeachment protesters believe ‘deep state’ tried to sabotage rally
They also stormed offices, demanding to meet with Pelosi, Nadler, and Schiff.
Why 8chan’s founder is fighting to keep the infamous message board dead
He's doing everything he can to fight the site's rebirth.
Trump accused of ‘using the language of ethnic cleansing’ regarding Kurds
He called for an 'ultimate solution.'
Hillary Clinton also thinks Tulsi Gabbard is a Russian bot
Gabbard has said she won't run as a third party candidate.
Telegram is hosting videos of extrajudicial killings in Syria
The UN says the video 'may amount to war crimes.'
Mark Zuckerberg gives a revisionist history about why he started Facebook in big speech
It's not how a lot of people say the site's creation went down.
Facebook denies moderating comments under Zuckerberg’s big free speech live stream
The comment section on Zuckerberg's live stream was peculiarly positive.
‘We vape, we vote’ movement insists it’s real in wake of bot reports
Vapers are letting their concerns known about the potential flavor ban.
Scotland grants pardons to men, trans women convicted under homophobic laws
The law applies to men and trans women.