• Analysis

A meme that's tricking people into clicking on links to a voter registration page has become the latest viral way to attention police young people.

Here's why social media has so many ghostly names and skeletons playing trumpets.

Danny Sexbang and Ninja Brian are no novelty comedy act.

Highlights

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.

The Trump Internet had largely convinced itself Swift was on its side, despite a total lack of evidence.

People are falling for yet another copy/paste hoax on Facebook.

Outside the solemn ceremony at the Supreme Court, there was a flood of messages and memes on the fringes of Internet that celebrated the sexism Brett M. Kavanaugh has disavowed. There was also a presidential dance at a rally.

The claim was so absurd not even other 4chan users believed it, and yet within hours, reporters from Jake Tapper to Ed Henry were running it down.

Police and the state child protection agency are investigating the incident.

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.

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