The 404 1,214: Where we stop shaking and start snooping (podcast)

It's probably not a good idea to snoop around on your ex/present/future S.O., but if you must, here's the only Facebook button you need -- use it at your own risk.

Leaked from today's 404 episode:

- Satire site The Onion apologizes for offensive Oscar tweet.

- Daniel Tosh apologizes on Twitter for rape joke during stand-up routine.

- The most terrifying button on Facebook.

- Billboard starts counting YouTube Hits on its Hot 100 lists, Harlem Shake gets first place.

- Video: Harlem residents respond to Harlem Shake.

- Check out Jeff and Scott's Playstation 4 Ask Me Anything session on Reddit.

- YouTube: pay to view channels en route.

Bathroom break video: The opening scene from "The Net," starring Sandra Bullock.


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