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Newsletter: Anne Heche conspiracies

We crawl the web so you don’t have to. Sign up to receive web_crawlr, a daily newsletter from the Daily Dot, in your inbox each day. Hello fellow citizens of the internet! Andrew here. Welcome to today’s edition of web_crawlr. It’s Monday, which means it is time for our weekly “One Dumb Conspiracy” column from our Tech Reporter Mikael. Besides that we’ve got key reports on a TikToker trying to take the true crime genre to task, Amazon being…



Greetings, fellow internet users! Here’s Andrew. Welcome to the web crawlr episode for today.

Monday means it’s time for our tech reporter Mikael’s weekly “One Dumb Conspiracy” column.

Along with that, we have important reports on a TikToker attempting to criticize the real crime genre, Amazon being concerned about the FTC’s inquiry, the Republican who recently ousted Rep. Liz Cheney spreading QAnon rumors, and a “That One Sound” essay from our Senior Reporter Audra.

Phew. It’s a lot, that. I’ll see you then!

— A.W.

Top articles from today

A TikToker is dedicated to exposing the true crime genre’s obscene underbelly.


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Amazon said that the FTC was looking into Prime and referred to Bezos’ demands as “grossly excessive.”


Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.) was defeated by a candidate who recently advanced a key premise of the QAnon conspiracy theory.


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Why some people believe actress Anne Heche was murdered

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