4chan vs. Twilight, XKCD style
Earlier this week, the AT&T vs. 4chan controversy brought the internet’s collective reverence of Anonymous to the mainstream media.
People across the web gleefully anticipated the telecommunications giant getting its ass handed to it for censoring /b/. AT&T quickly backed down, but not after letting us all know they were censoring sites for the hell of it. At the time of the incident, 40-60 million Americans were prevented from accessing parts of the site.
But is there anyone who could take on 4chan fearlessly? (NSFW language.)