Three months after being cut off from the internet, the operators of 8chan—the website associated with shootings at New Zealand mosques, a Texas Walmart and a synagogue in California—got it back online this week. But only briefly.
Reborn under the new name 8kun, the site popped up on the internet on Monday, carrying a warning from its operators that some of the content might be of an “adult, mature or offensive nature.” By week’s end, the site had again gone dark, returned online and then gone dark again after web service…
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