Greens Senator Scott Ludlam has called on internet advocates to fight new data retention laws in the best way they know how -- through a wave of memes directed at politicians in Canberra.
Captain Picard's famous exasperated gesture from "Star Trek: The Next Generation" gets a sweet tribute.
Harkening Mike Tyson's famous gnawing of Evander Holyfield's ear, the soccer star is pictured wearing a dog cone, with fangs, as Hannibal, and more.
Kane Zipperman's girlfriend cheated on him, but wants him back. His posting of their exchange is less communication and more a certain art. But is it real?
From defiant anteaters to Grumpy Cat and doge, the Internet's most famous memes can be 3D-printed and ordered for your real-world enjoyment.
The social network says it will push more "high quality" articles in News Feed and occasionally resurface stories with new comments to keep conversations going.
While the AFP says it's not interested in using metadata to investigate piracy, Greens Senator Scott Ludlam says data retention could allow rights holders to prosecute individual internet users.
Both the head of the AFP and Malcolm Turnbull have distanced themselves from links between data retention and piracy, saying police are "not interested" in illegal downloads.
Finally, all those hours spent noodling around on social media can be harnessed into real college credit at a prestigious institution.
Reddit is buzzing over a guy who proposed to his girl using memes and cutesy, commissioned art -- her response may surprise you.