With racism, extremism, and child pornography becoming rife, the UK government could propose having companies like Facebook and Twitter prosecuted for these cases if no action is taken.
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The UK has put forward new rules governing how people can behave online, giving prosecutors a legal basis. Doxxing, trolling and cyber-bullying have now become essentially illegal.
The popular message board site, 4chan, is in financial trouble and might be forced to take some hard decisions really soon. According to its owner the website can't continue in its current form.
In a world where social media is pretty much dominated by Facebook, Google looks to the 'Zuckerberg of the underground world' as one of the key assets in its new social networking strategy.
After 11 and a half years of service, Chris Poole aka moot is stepping down as the founder and creator of 4chan. Poole will host a livestream Q&A session on YouTube.
PR company Rantic staged its very own sensationalism stunt at the weekend involving Emma Watson, 4chan and Barack Obama, with the ultimate goal of getting 4chan shutdown.
Gullible iPhone users have fallen foul to a hoax that is trending on Twitter that claims you can "quickly charge" your iPhone in any "standard household microwave" but it's all fantasy.
A Bitcoin mining hoax that was started by a prankster on the 4chan imageboard has reportedly led some Mac users into wiping their hard drives, leaving affected users desperately asking for help.