Giorgia Meloni leader of Fratelli d'Italia party during electoral rally for forthcoming national election day Turin Italy September 13 2022

‘The one we have been waiting for’: Conservatives swoon over resurfaced speech from Italy’s new nationalist prime minister

'So beautifully said.'

On Sep 26, 2022 by David Covucci

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Ian Miles Cheong blames victims in deadly hit-and-run

He said the protesters were blocking traffic. But, the highway was supposed to be closed to traffic at the time.

On Jul 5, 2020 by Mikael Thalen

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Who is Ian Miles Cheong, and why does the internet care where he lives?

The replies in nearly every recent tweet of Cheong's are now filled with users telling him to butt out of U.S. politics.

On Jun 17, 2020 by Mikael Thalen

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Far-right troll Ian Miles Cheong gets flamed for mocking a ‘Star Wars’ fan

Well, that backfired.

On Apr 18, 2019 by Eilish O'Sullivan

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Top Reddit porn moderators banned for alleged bribes

The move effectively decapitates some of Reddit's biggest NSFW forums.

On Jan 11, 2013 by Fidel Martinez

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The secret world of Reddit spammers

Does spamming really hurt the social news site?

On Apr 6, 2012 by Kevin Morris

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How The Atlantic successfully spammed Reddit

Under the alias slaterhearst, The Atlantic’s associate editor Jared Keller built up a reputation on Reddit—and the hits followed.

On Apr 4, 2012 by Kevin Morris

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Reddit moderator banned for selling his influence

As SolInvictus, Ian Miles Cheong moderated some of Reddit's most popular sections. He was also a “social media consultant” for hire.

On Apr 3, 2012 by Kevin Morris

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Upvote: The thin Reddit line between spam and self-promotion

This week on Reddit, influential moderator Sollnvictus was banned for spamming the social news site.

On Mar 30, 2012 by Kevin Morris

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Why Reddit banned influential moderator Ian Miles Cheong

Known on Reddit as solinvcitus, Cheong submitted links to a gaming site he edited and possibly profited as a result. 

On Mar 26, 2012 by Kevin Morris