Big media companies, true crime TikTokers and, now, little-known YouTubers converge onto the Heard/Depp trial to grow their audiences any way they can.
Around the world, influencers are hawking crypto projects for pay on Twitter, YouTube, and TikTok—and sometimes pushing the limits of U.S. law.
A new report found that Facebook and other major platforms failed to act on 89% of the anti-Muslim posts reported to them.
The prime suspect in the shooting that hurt dozens was a prolific YouTuber who posted hundreds of rants on subjects such as violence, race, 9/11, and women.
They already have more online followers than Everton and West Ham, but the club founded by YouTuber Spencer FC has even bigger dreams.
Go and replace “watch” in any YouTube video URL with “wtch” and see what happens. I set out to find why.
The harassment in the industry is so bad that one ASMRtist now carries a gun to protect herself. Others simply quit.
Exclusive data obtained by VICE shows that the streaming platform complied with almost 97 percent of removal requests from the force.
Dan Olson’s YouTube documentary “Line Goes Up” is like “The Big Short,” except crypto is the housing crisis.
Heather Morgan, accused of laundering $1 billion in cryptocurrency along with her husband, has a long and dubious history online.
The rapper’s libel case against Tasha K will change the way the internet engages with attention-seeking celebrity commentary.
Realux paid influencers to promote the idea that it could help close "the wealth gap" by democratizing real estate. Then it disappeared.