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  2. 8chan - Wikipedia

    The "8chan" name was based on the '-chan' suffix (shortened from 'channel') used by the imageboards that employ the 2channel-like format, but it was suggested that the new name is a wordplay based on Japanese honorifics; in that case, '-chan' can be interpreted as the one generally used for young children, especially females, while '-kun' suffix is used for younger males in general, or sometimes subordinates in the workplace.

  3. 8chan reappears with new name, request for users not to ... - ...

    Just two months of being taken down for criminal and dangerous activity, 8chan — now 8kun — is back, and reportedly asking users not to commit crimes. Latest videos The 'Harlem' cast bears all...

  4. 8chan - Wikipedia

    8chan (8ちゃんねる/エイトチャン [2] 、別名:Infinitechan/∞chan)は、 5ちゃんねる 管理人の ジム・ワトキンス が運営し、息子の ロン が管理していた アメリカ合衆国 の 匿名 画像掲示板 。. 4chan の分派として2013年10月に開設された。. 現在は 8kun (エイトくん)名義で運営されている [3] 。. 8chanは「 インターネットの最も暗い場所 」(The Darkest Reaches of the Internet)を ...

  5. ‘It doesn’t have to be like this’: Founder of extremist website ...

    8chan is an online message board that has become infamous for hosting extremist rhetoric. The site has taken a lot of blame for the Ohio and Texas mass shootings. The founder of 8chan Fredrick ...

  6. 8kun(前称8chan, Infinitechan或Infinitychan)是一個美國貼圖討論版,由用戶建立的討論版組成。建立每個版的用戶會自動成為該版的版主,而網站的管理員甚少介入版內的管理工作。 任何符合美國法律的內容均可發佈到該網站上。 該網站在玩家門事件中扮演了重要角色。由於4chan封禁了任何與該事件有關的貼文,所以與該事件有關的人士便轉到在8chan討論。8chan數個討論版亦與不 ...

  7. Fredrick Brennan - Wikipedia

    In October 2013, Brennan launched 8chan, also called "Infinitechan" or "Infinitychan", after a month of raising pledges on Patreon. It started with a small but loyal following. [16] Brennan initially ran the site anonymously, known only as "copypaste", the username he used in IRC chatrooms.

  8. Ron Watkins - Wikipedia

    8kun, which was formerly known as 8chan, is an imageboard website that has been linked to white supremacism, neo-Nazism, the alt-right, child pornography, racism, and antisemitism, hate crimes, and multiple mass shootings.

  9. List of Tor onion services - Wikipedia

    8chan – An imageboard; Dark0de (defunct) Dread; Facebook onion address – Facebook; HackBB (defunct) Reddit; Russian Anonymous Marketplace (defunct) The Daily Stormer – American neo-Nazi commentary- and message board [citation needed] The Hub(defunct) Tor Carding Forum (defunct) Twitter; Software. Brave; Guardian Project

  10. 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 anime and manga to video games, cooking, weapons, television, music, literature, history, fitness, politics, and sports, among others.

  11. List of image-sharing websites - Wikipedia

    Unlimited uploads with 30 MB limit per image for all account types. Dronestagram. France /. Free, Dronestagram is a photo sharing community dedicated to drone photography. The site that has been described as " Instagram for drones ", allows hobbyists to share their geo-referenced aerial photos and videos. [5]