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The site has been linked to Internet subcultures and activism groups, most notably Anonymous, the alt-right and Project Chanology.4chan users have been responsible for the formation or popularization of Internet memes such as lolcats, Rickrolling, "Chocolate Rain", Pedobear and many others. Users generally post anonymously, with the most recent posts appearing above the rest.

By November 2011, 4chan made the transition to utilizing Cloud Flare following a series of distributed denial of service attacks.

The 4chan imageboards were rewritten in valid HTML5/CSS3 in May 2012 in an effort to improve client-side performance.

During the creation of 4chan, he obtained the source code for the Futaba Channel website, and translated the Japanese text into English using Altavista's Babelfish online translator.

During 4chan's earliest days, it had only two boards: "/a/ – Anime/General" and "/b/ – Anime/Random" (the very first board to be created); more boards were created over time, and /b/ was eventually renamed to simply "/b/ – Random".

Through its association with Anonymous, 4chan has become associated with Project Chanology, a worldwide protest against the Church of Scientology held by members of Anonymous.

On January 15, 2008, a 4chan user posted to /b/, suggesting participants "do something big" against the Church of Scientology's website.

Poole acknowledges that donations alone cannot keep the site online, so he has turned to advertising to help make ends meet.

As making a post without filling in the "Name" field causes posts to be attributed to "Anonymous", general understanding on 4chan holds that Anonymous is not a single person but a collective (hive) of users.

As a witness, he explained the terminology used on 4chan to the prosecutor, ranging from "OP" to "lurker".

He also explained to the court the nature of the data given to the FBI as part of the search warrant, including how users can be uniquely identified from site audit logs.

4chan has been the target of occasional denial of service attacks.

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