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Rules of the Internet is a list of protocols and conventions, originally written to serve as a guide for those who identified themselves with the Internet group Anonymous. The list serves as a summation of popular catchphrases and axioms commonly associated with 4chan. Since there are numerous drafts and editions in circulation, the rules fluctuate in number and the validity of each rule remains debatable. Despite this, several of the rules including Rule 34 and Rule 63 are agreed upon across internet communities.

The idea of making a set of rules, similar to Netiquette for 4chan users, was initially talked about on Anonymous-related IRC channels before an entry was submitted to Encyclopedia Dramatica sometime in late 2006 and archived on January 10th, 2007. The entry was highly debated on its discussion page as well as the site’s forums. At the time of the archival, there were 18 rules in the entry, despite it mentioning that 48 existed.
some internet rules"

1. Do not talk about /b/.
1.618. (Viewing this message requires 4Chan Gold)
phi. 4chan Gold is not coming, no exceptions.
2. You do NOT talk about /b/.
2.2. Remember 2nd place.
2.3. Damn it! I missed...
2.5. If anyone asks about /b/ you don't know anything.
e. Roflcopter makes you look like a n00b.
e.2. To the power of negative X over lambda.
e.e. My ROFLcopter goes soi soi soi.
3. We are Anonymous.
3.141592653589793238462643383279502884197169399573105.... Expect us.
abc. omegle is epic and so is tumblr
4. Anonymous is legion.
5. Anonymous does not forgive, Anonymous does not forget.
6. Anonymous can be a horrible, senseless, uncaring monster.
6.241592653589793238462643383279502888394338799146210... Didn't expect them!
by The_one_and_only May 24, 2014

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