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REUTERS: YouTube blocks Russian parliament channel, drawing ire from officials

YouTube has blocked Duma TV which broadcasts from Russia's lower house of parliament, drawing an angry response from officials who said the...

NPR: Donald Trump Sues Facebook, YouTube And Twitter For Alleged Censorship

Former President Donald Trump is suing Facebook, Twitter and Google's YouTube over their suspensions of his accounts after a mob of his...

CNN: Google was hit with massive outage, including YouTube, Gmail and Google Classroom

Google's services went down for about an hour Monday in a massive outage that prevented many people from watching YouTube videos, accessing...

CNN: YouTube waits until a month after the election to act on false claims of election fraud

YouTube is taking belated action on election misinformation: The company said it would now remove misleading videos that claim widespread fraud or...

NPR: From Steve Bannon To Millennial Millie: Facebook, YouTube Struggle With Live Video

Last week, millions of Americans turned to cable news to watch election returns pour in. Some refreshed their Twitter feeds to get...

VOA: North Koreans Focus on Telling Their Own Stories in the South

Kang Nara, 23, is in her Seoul studio getting ready to record a YouTube podcast. She fled North Korea six years ago....

BBC: Would you pay to follow an influencer?

Spooked by plummeting advertising revenue, content creators are hoping that loyal fans will pay up to watch their videos.

BBC: TikTok: YouTube launches rival to be tested in India

YouTube has announced it will test a beta version of its new TikTok rival in India. YouTube Shorts will...

CNN: Mask-launching gun invented by Youtube star

See someone maskless? Inventor takes aim by shooting a "mask gun." CNN's Jeanne Moos reports.Source: CNN

NPR: North Korea Makes A Push To Reach Foreign Audiences On YouTube And Twitter

To the accompaniment of jangly guitars, a woman wearing glasses, short hair and a red overcoat shows off the landmarks of the North Korean...
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