On November 5, 8chan came briefly back online as 8kun by using a bogon IP through Media Land LLC. Media Land LLC is owned by the Russian Alexander "Yalishanda" Volosovyk, who has been described as the "world's biggest 'bulletproof' hosting operator" and is known for enabling cybercriminal activity.
- English (users can create language-specific boards)
- Fredrick Brennan
- October 22, 2013; 8 years ago
- Jim Watkins (2016–present), Fredrick Brennan, (2013–2016)
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.
- Ronald Watkins, April 18, 1987 (age 35)
- Spreading of QAnon conspiracy theories, Administration of 8kun
- Jim Watkins (father)
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.  Brennan initially ran the site anonymously, known only as "copypaste", the username he used in IRC chatrooms.
- Founder of 8chan
- Software developer, type designer
Nov 4, 2019 · 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 John Oliver creates timeshare...
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8chan, later renamed 8kun, is an imageboard website known for hosting extreme alt-right and racist content, for being a forum for child pornography, for its role in the Gamergate controversy, and for its links to multiple mass shootings.  The site was founded in October 2013 by Fredrick Brennan.
- James Arthur Watkins, November 1963 (age 58–59), Dayton, Washington, US
- Spreading of QAnon conspiracy theories, Operator of 8chan and 2channel
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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.