A new report examining the YouTube consumption of the Buffalo shooter shows how integral the video streaming site was to his preparations.
Adventures in Success’ director, Jay Buim, talks us through his favourite videotape oddities, from alien musicals to stylish 80s gore-fests.
“The interrogation reports have left us shocked as these minors seem to have become experts in making a low-intensity bomb in minutes.”
Six people were killed and more than two dozen were hospitalized after shots were fired into a Fourth of July parade.
The past decade has seen a boom in true crime content. But when do things go too far?
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Social media platforms have pledged to remove harmful health misinformation but so-called virginity tests and hymen repair procedures in Algeria are being openly promoted online.
Patrick Lancaster is one of several YouTubers who have evaded the platform’s anti-disinformation measures, and his pro-Russia coverage has made him a star.
An Australian judge has ordered the tech giant to pay $715,000 in damages for failing to take down two videos.