Danny Glass has been charged with reckless driving causing death
The social network is hiring 3,000 people to police an outbreak of violence on Facebook Live, but critics say that’s not enough
Memes are increasingly being used to complain about broken products, poor customer service and other negative experiences
It's useful, as well as aesthetically appealing
It requires some fiddling, but the process takes less than a minute
Data collected by YouGov in February this year showed that over half of UK smartphone users now watch video clips on their phones
'We’ve started seeing cases of abuse where great, original content is re-uploaded by others who try to earn revenue from it'
YouTube topped the list, with Chrome – a web browser – also making the top ten
British pharmaceutical company GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) on Thursday also joined the boycott
On Monday Google’s president for Europe, the Middle East and Africa apologised to companies affected by adverts appearing on controversial content
Marks and Spencer became the latest big name company to remove its ads, following a slew of banks, media organisations and the UK Government
The Google-owned company said that it only hides videos 'that discuss more sensitive issues'
Justice minister says Facebook and Twitter are not taking down defamatory content quickly enough
Finally, a beauty video we can all get on board with
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