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Indonesian YouTube stars get chance for university place

University places are highly competitive in Indonesia, the world's fourth most populous country, with over 260 million people.

YouTube CEO apologises to LGBTQ community, but defends policy

The video giant last week suspended the ability of Crowder’s channel to make money from advertising.

YouTube to ban ‘hateful,’ ‘supremacist’ videos

YouTube announces it would ban videos promoting or glorifying racism and discrimination as well as those denying well-documented violent events.

US YouTube star gets 10 years in prison for child porn

Austin Jones targeted young girls under the pretence of 'auditions' for modelling and other opportunities.

2 beradik cilik kini jutawan YouTube termuda Britain

2 beradik menggunakan saluran YouTube untuk menyajikan permainan, cabaran dan lain-lain aktiviti khas untuk kanak-kanak.

Najib cries foul over unfair coverage of his trial

The former prime minister repeats his call for his trial to be aired through Facebook Live or YouTube.

Lil Dicky drops the music video for ‘Earth’

Directed by Nigel Tierney and Federico Heller, the music video sees the guest artists voicing various animals around the world.

YouTube flags Notre Dame Cathedral fire as 9/11 conspiracy

YouTube has been battered with criticism over extreme and misleading videos, especially around breaking news topics.

4 morning yoga videos for easing into spring days

After the recent clock change, you might be feeling a little sleepier than usual as your body adjusts to the new time schedule.

French Muslim group sues Facebook, YouTube over NZ attack video

Internet social media giants Facebook and YouTube will be sued by the French Council of the Muslim Faith for allowing the broadcast of the New Zealand mosque shooting.

YouTube bows out of Hollywood arms race with Netflix, Amazon

YouTube generated more than US$15 billion in ad sales last year without a huge slate of glitzy productions and concluded its money is better invested in music and gaming.

NZ wants answers from tech giants after mosque attack livestream

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says there are 'questions to be answered' as Internet platforms rush to pull down videos of the massacre.

Facebook, YouTube blindsided by Christchurch gunman live video

The video, which shows a 1st-person view of the killings in Christchurch, was readily accessible during and after the attack.

YouTube star to be 1st female US late-night talk host in...

Evening talk shows have been a mainstay of US television for more than half-a-century and their hosts are generally white men.

Google joins race into India’s booming online music market

The YouTube Music streaming and download service includes popular Bollywood Hindi scores and other local-language music.

YouTuber’s quest to visit Taiwan’s dwindling allies

Ben Wu came up with the idea while travelling on the Trans-Siberian Railway.

YouTube to block comments on most videos showing minors

Youtube will be expanding their actions to suspend comments on videos featuring minors that could be seen as a risk of attracting predatory behaviour.

Hit song ‘Despacito’ breaks YouTube record with six billion views

Titled 'Slowly' in English, Fonsi's Spanish hit beat British singer Ed Sheeran's 'Shape of You.'

Pinterest, YouTube say acting against anti-vaccine messages

US social networks take action after feeling the pressure for enabling the development of the anti-vaccine movement.

YouTube’s ad revolt seen fleeting, brands just can’t quit Google

Brands haven’t stopped paying Google to spread their message on search results and through display ads across the web.

Google moves to fix YouTube glitch exploited for child porn

The incident raises fears of a fresh 'brand safety' crisis for YouTube, which lost advertisers last year following revelations that messages appeared on channels promoting conspiracy theories, white nationalism and other objectionable content.

YouTube updates strikes system to be clearer, more consistent, transparent

Youtube's redesigned strikes system take effect on February 25.

EU: Tech giants respond more quickly to hate speech

Firms like YouTube, Microsoft, Twitter, and Facebook are now assessing 89% of flagged content within 24 hours and removing 72% of content deemed illegal.

YouTube demotes flat-earthers, conspiracy theorists

The global video streaming service planned to modify its viewing recommendation system gradually.