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    On February 4, 2010, 4chan started receiving reports from Verizon Wireless customers that they were having difficulties accessing the site's image boards. After investigating, Poole found out that only the traffic on port 80 to the boards.4chan.org domain was affected, leading members to believe that the block was intentional. Three days later, Verizon Wireless confirmed that 4chan was "explicitly blocked".

  2. October 1, 2003 [1] 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.

  3. 4chan hackers take over city billboard to broadcast hate memes Including Trump as Pepe the Frog. By Gianluca Mezzofiore on August 3, 2017 > Tech Members of 4chan's /pol/ board, the hotbed of...

  4. Another day, another gross invasion of online privacy. On Thursday, a reported 200,000 photos and videos from potentially thousands of Snapchat users were leaked and posted to 4Chan, where they...

  5. Tens of thousands of images were stored on a third party website and have now been released in a massive leak that is being dubbed ‘The Snappening’. The Daily Beast confirmed this morning that...

  6. A parodic visual novel developed by anonymous 4chan users under the name of Cavemanon, it used modified and repurposed art assets from Goodbye Volcano High to create a sort of bizarre, alt-right ...

  7. 4chan, of course, is the sort of like the armpit of the internet — anything goes as long as it's technically legal. It's so bad that Kilcher gave a content warning before going on to explain why...

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