YouTube star talks to The Independent about coming out as bisexual, how social media platforms need to do more to combat online bullying and how to deal with trolls
YouTubers Lauren Toyota and John Diemer are on a mission to make veganism delicious
The site went down in Europe at about 6pm
The 'mainstream media' is conspiring to attack YouTube stars, the site's biggest personality has suggested
The videos were an attempt to 'show how crazy the modern world is', the YouTuber said
Swedish vlogger has 53 million subscribers and earned $15 million last year
The app is officially only available in India, but there's a way for UK users to download it too
And analysis done by the Times shows that blacklists which are designed to prevent digital adverts from popping up next to extremist content, are not working
Shelbizleee talks to The Independent about what spurred her to rummage through bins for make-up and why she is now doing the same for food
Disgraced author says young people are contacting him in their thousands to find out ‘the truth’ about Hitler
Local police say they have no legal means to force sites to take the video of Katelyn Nicole Davies' death down
When 22-year-old Eva Gutowski first started making YouTube videos in college, she thought of it just as a way to help her broadcast journalism major. The idea that she could be a YouTube personality for a living didn’t even register in the general sense, let alone for her specifically.
Facebook, Microsoft, Twitter and YouTube are to more quickly identify the worst terrorist propaganda and prevent it from spreading online.
Four of the largest tech companies—Facebook, Twitter, Microsoft, and YouTube—are coming together to stop the spread of terroristic content on social media.
The YouTuber, who has the most-subscribed account on the channel, has informed fans that YouTube are looking into the issue
YouTube may be looking to highlight the work of other, non-white presenters, the site’s most popular vlogger light-heartedly suggested in a video