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Here’s Facebook’s Internal Policy on Pepe the Frog

The far-right adopted Pepe the Frog as its own symbol of intolerance. Breaking with its policy of allowing fictional characters to push hateful messages, Facebook banned certain images of Pepe, according to internal documents.
Joseph Cox
5.25.18
cryptocurrency
cryptocurrency

This Guy Lives on a Yacht He Bought With Money He Made Selling 'Pepe Cash'

"I definitely got my 27-footer directly thanks to the major rise in Rare Pepe and Pepe Cash price."
Sébastien Wesolowski
2.14.18
HOTY2017
HOTY2017

This Ex-NSA Hacker Is Building an AI to Find Hate Symbols on Twitter

NEMESIS, developed by Emily Crose, is a program to automatically identify hate symbols on the internet.
Lorenzo Franceschi-Bicchierai
1.4.18
DMCA
DMCA

The Great Meme War II: Amid Lawsuit Threats, the Alt-Right Says Pepe Belongs to Them

The alt-right promises to fight for the right to shitpost.
Matthew Gault
9.19.17
copyright
copyright

Here Are the Letters That Pepe the Frog's Lawyers Sent to the Alt Right

'Pepe is a peaceful frog who represents togetherness and fun—not hate.'
Matthew Gault
9.18.17
Boy's club
Boy's club

Pepe the Frog’s Creator Goes Legally Nuclear Against the Alt-Right

Lawyers served notices to Reddit, Richard Spencer, Baked Alaska, and Mike Cernovich.
Matthew Gault
9.18.17
Pepe the Frog
Pepe the Frog

A Texas Assistant Principal Wrote an Alt-Right Children's Book

Author Eric Hauser denies the book has racist themes. Source materials provided by his illustrator tell a different story.
Matthew Gault
8.15.17
Memes of Production
Memes of Production

From Pepe the Frog to Pepe Le Pen: The Life and Times of a Political Meme

We hardly knew ye.
Meaghan Beatley
5.8.17
News
News

Scientists Invented a Tool to Expose 4chan’s Racist Trolling Campaigns

When blocking hate speech, we should look at the source, not the words.
Jordan Pearson
10.14.16