Trolls participate in disruptive, sometimes malicious online behavior with the goal of provoking a reaction. Typically, they act for their own entertainment and believe nothing they say or do online should be taken seriously. The line between trolling and harassment is blurry and unsettled, a common topic of debate amongst everyone from academics to the trolls themselves.
Fake ‘Black Panther’ posts are alleging violence at screenings
Many accounts are using graphic photos of domestic abuse survivors.
Internet trolls police who asked for help identifying Best Buy thief
The alleged thief's picture went viral.
Sarah Silverman advises Twitter troll, pays medical bills after heartfelt exchange
This is what happens when you treat 'people on the internet' as real people.
The founder of We Rate Dogs hilariously trolls FCC chairman over net neutrality
As far as Twitter burns go, it's 13/10.
This Facebook group will respond to racist trolls on your behalf—but it’s not a perfect solution
Don't have the emotional energy to reply to jerks? Let these white people do it for you.
Martin Shkreli’s bail revoked after dumb Facebook threat
Martin Shkreli is being held until sentencing.
13 things you never knew about 8chan, the controversial message board
Is the messaging board as bad as it seems?
Ryan Reynolds trolls wife Blake Lively with hilarious birthday Instagram post
Turns out he's an expert cropper.
8chan trolls dox @YesYoureRacist, the Twitter account doxing neo-Nazis
@YesYoureRacist's efforts went viral after Charlottesville.
This boyfriend dedicated his whole vacation to trolling his girlfriend with a bad joke
Got enough jokes, mate?
Ann Coulter blasts Delta on Twitter, receives measly compensation
Here's how Delta finally responded.
The Square app’s Twitter account is sparring with somebody named Fart Sandwich
What an explosive argument.
Why did the French president make such an effort to stand next to Trump at the G20 Summit?
Was Emmanuel Macron trolling Trump?
GOP Sen. Ben Sasse keeps getting signed up for Nickelback newsletters, and he’s not loving it
It's the newsletter from hell.
Don’t worry everyone, InfoWars’ Paul Joseph Watson doesn’t actually eat books
Waston probably thinks the MSM should go back to the books.
Beware of fake posts asking to help find loved ones in Manchester attack
Trolls have stooped to new lows.