Welcome to the first episode of BuzzFeed’s Internet Explorer, a new and probably ill-advised podcast.
Thousands of people are trying to invite this guy to a dance party.
UPDATE: Pharrell, Moby, and Andrew WK have all said they want to perform at Dancing Guy’s party.
Christopher “Moot” Poole announced on Wednesday that he would be leaving the site to a team of volunteers.
If there’s one thing the internet hates, it’s when people don’t tip well.
Anonymous groups from 4chan and 8chan appear to currently be organizing a large-scale attack on Tumblr users.
Good-bye Earth, we had a good run. WARNING: This is genuinely, seriously, incredibly vile.
The embarrassingly bad hoax attempt originated from 4chan, of course.
The release Friday is apparently part of the massive leak that began in August and has continued with subsequent batches of photos making their way to the internet.
De nouveaux clichés ont été diffusés, quelques semaines seulement après la fuite de photos privées de Jennifer Lawrence et bien d’autres.
Update: Pictures rumored to be stolen from Emma Watson also turned out to be a viral hoax. The celebrities’ newly leaked photos come a few weeks after dozens of private pictures were stolen off of celebrities’ iClouds.
They were made up by 4chan and if you try it you will melt your phone.
This week’s hack of celebrity nudes may be the most high-profile example of “revenge porn” — humiliating women by spreading private photos. A dedicated group of activists, led by the mother of a victim, has been pushing for more aggressive laws, but can this really be stopped?
Security researchers say Apple may not be directly at fault in what some have called an “iCloud leak.” Key new features depend on a safe and secure cloud. Update: Apple says there is no wide iCloud breach.
“Who is this 4chan fella anyway?”
Bryan Hamade, a 27-year-old from Georgia, told BuzzFeed his scheme to make some easy bitcoins backfired and that now he’s being harassed by 4chan users.
4chan attempted to encourage women to share their own nude photos using the #LeakForJLaw hashtag on Twitter. It didn’t work.
It looks like Twitter’s social justice community is cleaning house in a big way at the moment.
One of the big problems with hashtag activism is you’re never sure if it’s genuine or not.
Cicada 3301 is a mysterious organization posting highly complex puzzles across the net. After two years, the answer may finally be in sight.
If you haven’t heard yet, a bikini bridge is when a woman is so skinny her hip bones lift the front of her bikini up when she lies down.
It appears as though he’s okay, however.
Much informative. Very knowledge. Such facts.
Have you always been curious about 4Chan, but too afraid to go? Let me be your guide. (Safe for work, believe it or not.)
Ohio University student and sorority sister Rachel Cassidy had to delete all of her social media accounts after she was labeled a “false rape accuser” and flooded by threatening messages.
If you see #CureForMiley online today, it’s fake.
You can’t help but send this to them the minute they get online.
“Great pizza, ask for the special white sauce.” NSFWish
Thanks to the anonymous image board, a 39-year-old man named Charles is currently in first place in a contest to to meet his favorite pop star. NSFWish
There’s a very good chance that the internet’s favorite show might go the way of “The Harlem Shake” or planking.