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  2. 4chan - Wikipedia

    4chan is an anonymous English-language imageboard website. Launched by Christopher "moot" Poole in October 2003, the site hosts boards dedicated to a wide variety of topics, from video games and television to literature, cooking, weapons, music, history, anime, fitness, politics, and sports, among others.

  3. 4chan is an English language website based on the Japanese Futaba Channel where people can post and discuss pictures and other images. Sites such as these are called imageboards. It was started in 2003 by "moot" also known as Christopher Poole, who was 15 years old at the time. On the website, users post pictures and discuss them.

  4. Q&A: What is 4chan and where did it come from? | Business ...

    4chan’s roots date back to a pre-Facebook age of the Internet, where anonymity ruled and rules were few to come by. Hackers deposited nude celebrity photos on the site over the summer.

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  5. Category:4chan - Wikipedia

    Media in category "4chan". This category contains only the following file. Messages sent by "Philip Manshaus" prior to Norway mosque attack.png 457 × 218; 92 KB. Categories:

  6. /pol/ - Wikipedia

    Overall, GPT-4chan had posted 30,000 times in 7,000 threads. One iteration of GPT-4chan could be distinguished from most other /pol/ users by its Seychelles flag, displayed due to Kilcher's use of a proxy server. He used 4chan's paid "4chan Pass" service to bypass anti-spam restrictions (such as CAPTCHA).

  7. Anonymous post - Wikipedia

    Anonymous post. An anonymous post, is an entry on a textboard, anonymous bulletin board system, or other discussion forums like Internet forum, without a screen name or more commonly by using a non-identifiable pseudonym . Some online forums such as Slashdot do not allow such posts, requiring users to be registered either under their real name ...

  8. Anonymous (hacker group) - Wikipedia

    Due to the growing traffic on 4chan's board, users soon began to plot pranks off-site using Internet Relay Chat (IRC). These raids resulted in the first mainstream press story on Anonymous, a report by Fox station KTTV in Los Angeles, California in the U.S. The report called the group "hackers on steroids", "domestic terrorists", and an ...

  9. Imageboard - Wikipedia

    4chan is an English-language imageboard based on the Japanese imageboard Futaba Channel. This imageboard is based primarily upon the posting of pictures (generally related to a wide variety of topics, from video games and popular culture to politics and sports) and their discussion.

  10. Hiroyuki Nishimura - Wikipedia

    Founding 2channel, owning 4chan since 2015. Hiroyuki Nishimura (西村 博之, Nishimura Hiroyuki, born 16 November 1976) is a Japanese internet entrepreneur best known for being the founder of the most accessed Japanese message board, 2channel, [1] and current administrator of 4chan. [2] [3] He is also a self-help author and TV personality. [4

  11. Christopher Poole - Simple English Wikipedia, the free ...

    Christopher Poole (born c. 1988 ), known online as moot, is an American Internet entrepreneur. He was born in New York City. He is best known for founding the anonymous English-language imageboard 4chan in October 2003. He served as the site's head administrator for more than 11 years before stepping down in January 2015.