Alphabet names industry veteran Lyor Cohen as YouTube's global head of music, possible setting the stage for a bigger push into paid music streaming.
Police accused Abu Sin of 'unethical behaviour' as human rights groups raised concern
McSwiggan says he was attacked by three men near The Abbey gay club
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Mr Juncker backed a new tax against parent company Google days before
Press publishers could also get the right to curb the online use of their articles under the proposed law
The song used in Fast and Furious 7 is the official tribute to the late paul Walker
The live feed was set up about six weeks ago as part of a drive to draw more visitors to the tourist town, but viewer numbers suddenly spiked on Sunday
Change in the law means, as of September, a licence will be needed to download or watch BBC programmes on demand, including catch up TV, on iPlayer
New research has found that only a third of British adults are aware of the long-term effects of female genital mutilation
The video is similar to those previously posted on the channel – and Joyce barely addresses the events of the last week at all
The Independent spoke to a psychologist about what caused thousands of fans to turn into internet detectives and why, even after assurances of her safety, they just can not let the conspiracy theories go
Andrew Bachelor is the single most popular human on Vine, the Twitter-owned, short-form video network that was once described as the future of popular culture. Under the handle @KingBach, Bachelor has developed his own genre of slapstick, seconds-long sketch comedy and amassed a following of 16 million.
There was one strand of the increasingly bizarre saga fans across the globe were confused by
The two women are part of a video that has been viewed more than 4 million times and has led a huge controversy to erupt around the vlogger
Joyce’s mother said that she was responsible for the cryptic ‘help me’ message in the video, which has led to calls from the police and huge tweetstorms