Through this association, Encyclopædia Dramatica received incidental coverage when actions by members of Anonymous led to the arrest of an alleged pedophile, On December 16, 2008, Encyclopædia Dramatica won the People's Choice Winners category for favorite wiki in Mashable's 2nd Annual Open Web Awards, with wiki How as the runner-up and Wikipedia coming in 3rd.
In January 2010, the Encyclopædia Dramatica article Aboriginal was removed from the search engine results of Google Australia, after a lawyer filed a complaint with the Australian Human Rights Commission saying its content was racist.
amateur celebrities, identifiable internet drama participants and even Encyclopædia Dramatica's own forum members).
The material is presented to appear comprehensive, with extensive use of shock-value prose, drawings, photographs, and the like.
Update Star includes support for many languages such as English, German, French, Italian, Hungarian, Russian and many more.
You can choose your language settings from within the program.
The game, Bullet To The Head Of The NRA was controversial because the player could take aim and shoot at members of the National Rifle Association.
online catchphrases, fan pages, forums, and viral phenomena), but also real people (e.g.
The site's Facebook account later addressed the block, stating that it was because "we didn't keep up our end of the user agreement contract stating that we had to keep a mailing address and phone number in Switzerland." I'm not going to leave a 14 year old girl's address up on a page cause some dipshit got mad at her and made an article.
But if you dress up like a fox and wear diapers and then take pictures of it? In January 2013, a video game created by EDF user "gizmo01942" came to the attention of the media.
Journalist Julian Dibbell described Encyclopædia Dramatica as the site "where the vast parallel universe of Anonymous in-jokes, catchphrases, and obsessions is lovingly annotated, and you will discover an elaborate trolling culture: Flamingly racist and sexist content lurks throughout, all of it calculated to offend." "Wikipedia's evil twin.
It’s a site where almost every article is biased, offensive, unsourced, and without the faintest trace of political correctness.