The Anthony Torres story revealed the basest instincts of the online era — and then, later, the best.

Please . . . don't share fake pictures of sharks swimming in flooded highways.

Reddit said the board was banned for multiple violations of rules against “inciting violence, harassment, and the dissemination of personal information.”

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Somewhere in the world, there’s a painting that looks like you. And Google will find it.

Google's Arts & Culture app will tell you if you're a full-on Monet.

As Facebook struggles to stop misinformation, one artist has an unconventional solution.

John Bash called comments about his wife, a lawyer who has spent years working in Republican politics, “repulsive.”

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On Joe Rogan's podcast, streamed live to YouTube, Musk appeared to smoke a joint, drink whiskey and chuckle at text messages from his worried friends.

A user who was mistakenly blamed for the Jacksonville shooting decided to counter-troll the conspiracy theorists.

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Lou Dobbs of Fox discussed Google search on his show Monday.

Some witnessed the violence at the Jacksonville Madden 19 tournament via social media videos -- a feature of the Parkland and Las Vegas shootings as well.

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Logan Paul, Jake Paul, Deji and KSI proved that actual boxing matches between YouTubers could become another way for online celebrities to make money.

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