How the QAnon internet hoax sowed lies, spread chaos and conspiracy theories, and profited off its surprisingly large following.
Online overreaction and anonymity combine to produce some terrible and hilarious antics. Shia LeBeouf provides an object lesson about refusing to feed these trolls.
The transparency point BuzzFeed head Ben Smith claimed is basically the same rationale Rolling Stone’s Will Dana used to justify publishing the fake story that ended in a major court loss.
The Right has enthusiastically embraced Internet culture, even if the defenders of that culture are sometimes leery of the Right.
How the Internet reacted to Emma Watson’s United Nations speech indicates it’s time to pierce the hoaxes and refuse to feel shame for speaking truth.
It’s somehow not remarkable what Emma Watson didn’t discuss in her recent United Nations speech.
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