Such videos are, of course, not terribly unusual on Bestgore, which specializes in graphic material from murders, suicides and accidents. Such material is, as Marek has bragged, often legal in both the U.S. and Canada, which made his arrest particularly unusual. Sean Bucci: Bucci purportedly owns the controversial Web site whosarat.com, appropriately named the unethical Web site of the month upon its launch in 2004. The site, based in Boston, posts information on suspected government informants. It belongs to a sketchy and unreliable group of shaming Web sites that out people for offenses they didnt commit see Cheaterville, et al.
Far from Sundance, Grumpy Cat brings Internet Cat Video Fest to L.A.
Chang More from Jon Reporter Jon M. Chang More from Jon Reporter Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) President Rod Beckstrom, left, and Kurt Pritz, Senior Vice President speak on expanding the number of domain name suffixes during a press conference in London on June 13, 2012. Tim Hales/AP Photo Having a website ending in .com and .org is so last decade. The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) recently announced that 100 different gTLDs, or generic top level domains, are on track to becoming incorporated into the Internet universe. You might see a URL ending with .sexy or .ninja over the next couple of weeks. "This is a historic milestone for ICANN's new gTLD Program and the Internet as a whole," Christine Willett, vice president of gTLD operations, said in a statement. "The year ahead will be defined by new opportunities in a vastly expanding online landscape." Each application costs $185,000, and both Amazon and Google are looking to capitalize on the boom of new names.
Internet Reunites Girl With Teddy Bear, World Officially OK Place
Someone must have seen Teddy! pic.twitter.com/BhhZynd19Z Sydney newscaster Sarah Harris also tweeted a picture, along with a call for help. HELP! @_BowlofCherries : Pls RT help us #findteddy Lost in Syd Int Terminal yesterday. Heartbroken child missing pic.twitter.com/Tu2kWE5LcE Sarah Harris (@SarahHarrisNews) January 22, 2014 Suddenly, one girl's heartbreak was transformed into a full-scale bear hunt that connected millions of Twitter users. The tweets reached the Australian Customs and Border Protection Service (ACBPS), and on Thursday morning, the agency reported , "After a thorough search, officers located the teddy safe, sound, and fast asleep in a Customs controlled area of the Airport." It added, "Although she didn't have a valid passport or any other travel documents, ACBPS officers were quick to establish her identity after a short interview and are confident she can be allowed into the country to be reunited with her family." They also reassured Jessica that Teddy was having fun on a sleepover with the border patrol's mascot, a plush puppy. .
Internet to Get a Whole Lot Bigger, Thanks to New Domain Extensions
It's all about the community." And, come to think of it, that's what Sundance is about too. In addition beli jaket to the 75-minute compilation film, the festival will host a cat-themed costume contest, cat product vendors, and reps from local shelters and humane societies. The festival starts at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Echoplex , 1822 W. Sunset Blvd.;(213) 413-8200.