The Kernel is the Daily Dot’s digital magazine, devoted to stories about the internet, technology, and life in this confusing thing called the modern world. We’ve covered a pair of anti-pedophile vigilantes who pose as underage children online. We’ve told the story of how Reddit changed the life of a convicted felon. And we’ve chronicled the Church of Scientology’s long-running battle with the Internet. Want to read more? You can view our full archives here.
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