The tongue-in-cheek gathering was inspired by the "Storm Area 51, They Can't Stop All of Us" event.
Discord is currently down and Twitter is going wild.
The sentencing of Zain Qaiser from London marks the conclusion of a case against England's most prolific cyber criminal.
The New York man accused of killing Gambino Mafia boss Frank Cali was a victim of internet hate speech "spewed" online, and by the White House, his lawyer said after a court hearing on Monday.
"These are extreme circumstances and we feel this is the right thing to do," said Telstra, Austalia's largest telecommunications company.
British computer scientist Tim Berners-Lee was speaking as the web turned 30. His work was memorialized in pixelated form in today's Google Doodle.
"American companies must step up their efforts, or get left behind," the president tweeted.
Evan James McCarty has agreed to publicly disavow white supremacy, apologize both in writing and on video and undergo "anti-hate training."
There was a particularly good "There Will Be Blood" joke.
Lemon asked, "Why is this relevant right now?"
The Embassy of Ecuador in London cut the WikiLeaks founder's web access in March, accusing him of damaging Ecuador's relations with other nations.
"I'm incredibly optimistic for this next era of the web," Tim Berners-Lee said.
A Swedish internet provider opted to use the image to attract job applicants and sparked a backlash.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said the idea a troll farm could blemish U.S. elections "makes a mockery" of American politics.
"Children often do not realize that life is a precious gift and that they cannot copy things that they see on the internet."
Google "must comply with the requirements of the law," a now-deleted state media article read.
"We will continue to invest heavily in security and privacy because we have a responsibility to keep people safe," said Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg.
"If successful, a decentralized prediction market would be a benefit for society," one expert told Newsweek.
Russia has constantly stoked fears about the web, which President Vladimir Putin regards as a CIA invention.
A law firm had claimed defamation over a former client's feedback.
Hoping to buy a Tesla in the future? You'll need to pay an annual fee for "premium" Internet features.