Even more examples of YouTube's algorithm-powered conspiracy video rabbit hole.
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"David Dobrik and Liza Koshy breaking up has ruined my 2018."
The video creator, known as Arab Andy, uses YouTube's paid commenting system to make money off of similar pranks he livestreams on his channel.
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They claim it could be against US sanctions.
During one livestream, someone using the screen name National Socialist spent $100 to display the message “WHITE PRIDE WORLD WIDE!”
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Is YouTube 420-friendly?
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"This is probably the least fun part."
Video thumbnails of women engaging in sexual acts with dogs and horses were easily searchable on YouTube as of Monday morning. Some racked up millions of views.
EXCUSE ME SIR BUT YOUR HOUSE IS ON FIRE
“Maybe we’ve reached the point where it’s not even possible to have Facebook in common.”
YouTube's crackdown on hate speech and other "unsafe" content is causing many of the biggest stars of the far right to look for alternatives.
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Woah, I'm out of touch.
"There are millions of people who are going to exercise their constitutional rights. YouTube be damned."
Researchers followed YouTube's channel recommendations wherever they led and often found Alex Jones and other fringe channels. "Within the political communities, Alex Jones’ channel is one of the most recommended ones," they said.
The world's largest democracy is in danger of having its biggest elections influenced through the internet — but so far, US tech companies' efforts to fix ongoing problems have been limited.
And music videos from Shakira, Taylor Swift, Selena Gomez, Drake, Chris Brown, DJ Snake, and more had their titles defaced for a period Tuesday morning.
Nasim Aghdam bought the handgun from a dealer in San Diego, as well as two 10-round capacity magazines that she used in the shooting, police said.
YouTube will approve all channels allowed to post, a source told BuzzFeed News, giving parents a firewall against an algorithm that's often proved lacking.
Cette femme publiait régulièrement des vidéos sur YouTube, sur les droits des animaux et le véganisme. Elle était persuadée que YouTube la discriminait et que des «criminels anti-végans» la pourchassaient.
The woman, who posted frequently on YouTube about animal rights and veganism, said she believed the video-sharing platform had discriminated against her.
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The shooter, identified as Nasim Aghdam, died of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound after injuring several others on the YouTube campus in San Bruno, California.
At least three people were injured after a woman opened fire inside the Silicon Valley campus, authorities said. She was found dead with what appeared to be a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
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InRange TV said in a Facebook post Wednesday that YouTube's ban on videos that promote firearms means the social platform is not a "safe harbor for a wide variety of views and subject matter."
"Information cues" — links to Wikipedia — will appear alongside videos about topics that have inspired significant debate, like the moon landing and chemtrails.
Welcome to the personal internet reckoning.
Plus a few other iconic vids, too.
The video, which also showed bacon products and rifle magazines, was removed for "violating YouTube's policy on hate speech" after it was decried by a Muslim American advocacy organization.
A right-wing online "university" is on track for a billion views in 2018, its professors are some of the best-known conservatives in media, and its founder wants to put it in real schools. So how come you've never heard of it?
DO NOT DO THIS. DO NOT DO WHAT LAWRENCE DID.
Paul's YouTube ad revenue was cut off completely Feb. 8, when he was suspended over complaints about his on-camera behavior.
Literally my life.
And beyond that, why is it — after multiple national tragedies politicized by hoaxes and misinformation — that such a question even needs to be asked?
A video claiming that 17-year-old David Hogg was a paid actor was prominently featured on YouTube's Trending section, until public outrage forced the company to remove it.
The pro-Trump media chose a political enemy effectively born onto the internet and innately capable of waging an information war.
Google and Facebook, owners of YouTube and Instagram, respectively, have found themselves in the middle of a fight over transparency in Russia thanks to opposition leader Alexei Navalny.
YouTuber Ben Bennight had alerted the FBI that someone named Nikolas Cruz left a threatening remark on his channel. The FBI said Thursday it couldn't identify Cruz, but it apparently didn't ask YouTube.