Love them or hate them, these 10 sites stir up a lot of debate amongst fans and foes
Did you ever hear of IsAnyoneUp.com? Well, perhaps count yourself lucky if you hadn’t, for the site, which allowed spurned users to upload nude pictures of ex-boyfriends and ex-girlfriends with links to their Facebook profiles, has since been shuttered. At its height, the so-called “revenge porn” forum was reportedly viewed by a quarter million people each day.
Though IsAnyoneUp.com was taken down, the founder of the site, the much-reviled Hunter Moore, is back again, announcing a new venture that will provide much of the divisive services his original site did. Whatever Moore’s latest forum will be, will it land a spot among the web’s most controversial sites? From adultery forums to hyper-violent gore platforms, here are some websites that cause great stirs all on their own.
Persecuted Chinese artist Ai Weiwei is opening a new exhibit at the Brooklyn Museum on April 18. But prior to an 81-day detention by Chinese authoritie... More Persecuted Chinese artist Ai Weiwei is opening a new exhibit at the Brooklyn Museum on April 18. But prior to an 81-day detention by Chinese authorities in 2011, Ai's passport was confiscated, and he cannot travel to coordinate or even see his own exhibit. The Brooklyn show includes "Sacred," a depiction of his incarceration in six dioramas, in its first North American appearance. National Geographic met and spoke with Ai in Beijing where he lives.
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