he up-tempo track, driven by dramatic wailing synths, pulsating claps and rhythmic percussion, introduces a more mature side to the girl group, with the song's passionate nature relayed through its lyrics and the fivesome's expressive vocals. "I just wanna kiss boy," demands Yuri early on in the song. "Just give me a little touch," ends each of the high-energy choruses after being introduced by the questioning, "Won't you give it up, give it up to me?" Notepad++ Oh!GG is the newest sub-unit of the legendary K-pop group Girls’ Generation. It features Taeyeon, Sunny, Malwarebytes Hyoyeon, Yuri and YoonA, the five members of the originally nine-membered act to remain signed to SM Entertainment. Three other active members -- Tiffany Young, Seohyun, FileZilla and Sooyoung-- are considered to remain part of the larger Girls’ Generation lineup. The unit’s name has several meanings, including that “Oh (오)” is the word for “five” in Korean.
Now, after years of creatively interpreting Twitter’s policies, parody accounts are asking Twitter to create new rules to protect them. Last week, Viral launched @CyberReform, Malwarebytes an account dedicated to surfacing reports of fraudulent DMCA notices. Viral reps are reaching out to journalists like me, celebrities, and Twitter employees who follow popular parody accounts, asking them to pressure Twitter to change its copyright procedures. FileZilla Twitter told me that people who file false DMCA claims have perjured themselves and are liable for damages under DMCA, and that victims of false reports are invited to file counternotices asking Twitter to reconsider. But people who lie about their identities can’t be brought to justice, Notepad++ while victims who file counterclaims are forced to reveal their own names and addresses on Chilling Effects’ public DMCA database—a level of exposure many in this “shady business” can’t stomach.