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New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern wants Facebook, Google, and Twitter to help slow the spread of violent content online
Ardern said she and French President Emmanuel Macron would host a summit next month to encourage leaders to curb extremist content online.
A New York Times story about YouTube’s internal ‘Condom Challenge’ deliberations shows why keeping toxic content off the site is suc...
These internal debates may be the most critical part of YouTube's business for it to get right, but they may also be its toughest problem to solve.
‘The Karate Kid’ star Ralph Macchio explains why he agreed to reprise his iconic role in the YouTube hit ‘Cobra Kai’ after 30 ...
After decades of saying no to returning to "The Karate Kid" franchise, Ralph Macchio explains why he said yes to "Cobra Kai."
The mother of the YouTube and 23andMe CEOs has a 5-letter catchword for raising successful children and she wrote a book about it
So many people were asking Esther Wojcicki the secret to raising incredibly successful daughters that she decided to write a book about it.
Up until now, Amazon and Google had prevented their respective video services from being available on each other's TV streaming platforms.
YouTube, where much of the anti-vax content resides, said it considers the videos "dangerous or harmful," but still allows them on its site.
AN UNLIKELY REVOLUTIONARY: How Tristan Harris went from working at Apple and Google to consulting with heads of state about how to reform Silicon Vall...
The cofounder of the Center for Humane Technology, Tristan Harris has been calling attention to how tech companies manipulate citizens and consumers.
YouTube videos tracking the Notre-Dame Cathedral fire mistakenly showed some viewers information about the September 11 terror attacks
Viewers tracking the Notre-Dame Cathedral fire on YouTube on Monday were given links to information on the 9/11 terror attacks.
Roku does have a YouTube app, which streams both free and premium content. Here's how to make the most of its features.
YouTube’s algorithm is under fire for boosting a sexist conspiracy theory about black-hole researcher Katie Bouman
Misogynists are using YouTube to share a sexist narrative about the woman who helped capture the first image of a black hole.