this video is really gonnarock your world.
[ Whispering ]Can you please call me Gerald?!
It's a very obscure news storyfrom the BBC in England.
Hardly anyone'seven seen it over here.
This is why we all have tocome together, Skank.
[ British accent ]Since the dawn of the Internet,
message boards and chat roomshave lit up with people
who incite and insultfor no apparent reason.
They're called "trolls."
And a controversial companyin Denmark
is working to make thema thing of the past.
The days of trollshiding behind nicknames
and message boards are over,the Danish claim,
as a new website,trolltrace.com,
will soon be up and running.
In less than a month,the servers will become active.
Anyone can takeany troll comment
and send itthrough the Danish servers
where a real name and a physicaladdress will be attached.
Every message, every commentever made by trolls
will retroactively be givena tag with the author's name,
location,and full internet history.
I told you.
And this is the manwho has masterminded it all.
What thiswill allow people to do
is trace back harmfuland hateful postings or e-mails.
You see, the troll hides behinda protective layer,
if you will, thatInternet anonymity provides.
We intend to strip themof that protection
so that everyone will knowwho they are.
And what about peoplewho will use this
to spy on otherswho aren't trolls?
Uh, what do you mean?
Once your serversbecome active,
anyone could traceanything on the Internet
back towhoever wrote it.
How do you stop thatfrom happening?
Oh, oh. Right.[ Clears throat ]
This service is only for tracingthe identity of trolls.
Komme oot troll.
Komme oot und dee.
I Google Translatedthe last part.
He says "Come out, troll.
Come out and die."
This can't be happening.
By next week, everythingeveryone has ever done online
is gonna be availableto the public.
Then it's over.
You're not dead,Skankhunt.
There's still hope.
Troll Trace Dot Com
Dildo Shwaggins shows Gerald a video that could expose all the Trolls aroudn the world